The French company’s successes included contracts for snowmaking systems in Japan, avalanche safety in the European Alps, cable transport and safety in the US, and cable transport in Scandinavia.
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At this year’s INTERALPIN, held last week in Innsbruck, Austria, Demaclenko displayed SNOWVISUAL 4.0, its control software for automated snowmaking systems.
The current lift – a 1979 Riblet fixed-grip double chairlift – is to be replaced with an upgraded fixed-grip quad chairlift.
The Canadian resort intends to replace its beginners lift with a Magic Carpet lift and install another chairlift.
Roz Reynolds, US Project Manager, Wyssen Avalanche Control, explains why the success of the first Wyssen Avalanche Tower in the US is paving the way for new installations.
The fixed-grip quad, set to be completed ahead of the 2019 - 2020 winter season, has been described as a "game-changer" for first-timers and children visiting The Summit at Snoqualmie.
Level 1.1 online training on the company's PRO ACADEMY includes detailed information about various snow groomers, as well as content on proper handling of the battery, controls and maintenance.
Treble Cone, the largest ski area in New Zealand's South Island, is opening an hour earlier in July and August – thanks to the purchase of two new Kassbohrer PistenBully 600 snow groomers.
The upgrades will take place at Liberty Mountain Resort, Whitetail Resort and Roundtop Mountain Resort.
Designed and engineered by Doppelmayr, the chairlift will reduce travel time from six minutes to two-and-a-half minutes but slows significantly for easy and gentle loading and unloading.
LEITNER ropeways, Prinoth and Demaclenko are part of the HTI Group, which recorded turnover of over €1 billion in 2018.