new season, new projects, new partnerships
Demaclenko’s busy Norwegian Summer - a new project in Lillehammer
Alpine regions are not the only ones that rely on the skilled hands and minds of the Demaclenko team; far north, specifically in Norway, the managers of the Hafjell ski area have decided to launch a major collaboration project with Demaclenko by signing a contract worth approximately 5 million euro. Following a close analysis of the company’s recent performance in other ski areas and the technical quality of its equipment, the managers at Hafjell became convinced that Demaclenko’ solutions were exactly what they were looking for. Approximately 70 snow guns and 40 pits are to be supplied, as well as the construction of two new 4 x 90 kW and 4 x 315 kW pumping stations. Snowvisual software will be installed to optimise the management and accuracy of the snowmaking system. Demaclenko’s blue snow guns are increasingly present in the most important winter sports areas throughout Europe.
Snow Guns are due on the scene at Kitzbühel
The partnership between Kitzbühel and Demaclenko, which has existed for some time now, will strengthen in 2015 following the completion of an installation project set up the previous year. In fact, the snowmaking system at the Brunn piste in this Tyrolean ski area will be upgraded this summer with 79 new snow guns and their related pits. At the same time, a new pumping station will be built and equipped with the new control software designed and produced by Leitner. These new snow guns will soon be on a very short journey towards Kitzbühel since they are produced at the new Demaclenko plant at Telfs in Tyrol.
Demaclenko conquers the slopes of Zillertal
Thanks to the positive outcome of negotiations with the Schultz Hochzillertal Group, Demaclenko was able to secure a major project in neighbouring Austria. Heinz Schultz, the owner of the group, gave his approval for the project after carrying out an assessment on the quality and performance of the products and a detailed analysis of the Company and its production processes. Starting this winter, more than 200 blue snow guns will be covering the famous Hochzillertal pistes. The guns will of course be installed and equipped with respective pits. Both parties expressed their satisfaction for this new project, and the hope that it will lead to future collaborations and a long-lasting partnership.