Now it's official: PistenBully is in charge of the perfect competitive conditions for the FIS Alpine Ski World Championships 2017 in St. Moritz. The snow groomer market leader won the contract for the industry's major event. And the first vehicles with the World Championship design are already hard at work.
It is now the fifth time that St. Moritz in Engadin has been chosen to host this major event: athletes were tearing down the mountains there back in 1935 - on ungroomed slopes and beautifully wild! Nowadays the world of such ski championships looks pretty different. The latest technical equipment is used to create the ideal conditions both on and off the slopes. PistenBully was selected to deliver perfect snow grooming. 3 new PistenBully in the typical championship livery have been working alongside the existing fleet of more than 19 snow groomers ever since: a PistenBully 600 W Polar and 2 PistenBully 600 E+ started work in the ski resort in November. All three are fitted with SNOWsat V3, the fleet and snow management system with snow depth measurement from Kässbohrer Geländefahrzeug AG - guaranteeing total snow coverage under any conditions.