Joy over visitors’ keen interest in ENROPE (left to right): Anton Glasl (design engineering), Regina Nickisch (administration) and Peter Glasl (managing director).
The ropeway manufacturer Enrope is positively received at the trade fair
Still a newcomer on the market but growing fast, the ropeway manufacturer ENROPE presented itself at INTERALPIN.
“A great number of professional visitors were interested in our services and products, exceeding by far our expectations,” says the company’s contented Managing Director Glasl. Potential customers asked especially after our tow lift LUIS LIFT.
“This compact, inexpensive and to a large extent maintenance-free installation is interesting especially for small ski areas, ski schools, hotels and children’s parks,” explains design engineer Anton Glasl to interested customers visiting ENROPE’s stand in the Hall A foyer.
The technical details distinguishing LUIS LIFT from competitor products, in particular, met with the visitors’ approval: “For example, the cable of this platter lift runs at the same height as that of a regular double T-bar lift, enabling the preparation of the lift path by a snow groomer without any problem,” continues Anton Glasl.
Besides LUIS LIFT, the main emphasis of ENROPE’s presentation at the fair was on its services.
“We have informed the visitors, among other things, about our production of spare parts for platter and tow lifts including also components that are otherwise no longer available on the market,” remarked Peter Glasl.
In this context, many visitors also asked about repairs and modernization of existing installations, as well as documentation and certification connected with them.
Here, ENROPE offers support throughout the product lifecycle. ts