Doppelmayr — The World Leader in Ropeways

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(Sponsored Content) The Doppelmayr/Garaventa Group is the world market leader in ropeway engineering and we prove our leadership in technology and quality everyday anew.

Our scope of business includes ropeway systems for passenger transport, material transport systems, avalanche blasting lifts, rope-propelled systems for public transport, automatic transport systems and general utilization concepts for cross-seasonal applications.

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New Cable Liner in London
A new ~2km automated Cable Liner, named Direct Air to Rail Transit (DART), will be built by Doppelmayr as part of the Luton Airport expansion. Learn more here.

2018 Year Book Released
Grab a coffee and have a seat — over 90 ropeway installations are featured in Doppelmayr’s highly anticipated year book for 2018. Learn more here.

Nine New Lifts for Beijing 2022
Yanqing National Alpine Ski Center, home of alpine ski racing for the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics, will be home to nine new lift installations. Learn more here.

New Garaventa CEO
Arno Inauen becomes Garaventa’s new CEO as he takes over duties from István Szalai. Inauen is a business economist and an engineering graduate from ETH Zurich. Learn more here.

First Eight-Seater Chairlift in North America
The Big Sky Resort in Montana will introduce a Doppelmayr D-Line chairlift capable of seating eight passengers. Learn more here.

World’s Longest 3S Gondola
The vacation islands of Phú Quốc and Hòn Thơm in southern Vietnam is now home to a 7,899.9m tricable gondola lift, the longest of its kind in the world. Learn more here.

Testing Sky Blue Line & White Line
Bolivian President, Evo Morales alongside Doppelmayr hops aboard two new gondola lines on the world’s largest network of urban ropeways. Learn more here.

One Aerial Tram, Three World Records
Zugspitze Aerial Tram has the greatest vertical rise in one section (1,945m), world’s tallest lattice tower (127m) and longest unsupported rope span (3,213m). Learn more here.

World’s Steepest Funicular
The Stoos funicular is a feat of ropeway engineering. Four cylindrical self-leveling cabins overcomes a maximum slope of 110%. Learn more here.

100 Million Passengers
The world’s largest network of urban gondolas in La Paz/El Alto, Mi Teleférico welcomed their 100 million passenger in November 2017. Learn more here.

Year of Innovations
2016/2017 was marked by strong D-Line sales, the market launch of a new ropeway control system and many record-setting projects. Learn more here.


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