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PRINOTH & DEVELOPMENT SNOWPARKS

Finest Freestyle Equipment for Asia Pacific - Since 2017

PRINOTH and Development Snowparks are pleased to announce their partnership. A number of projects are in the planning phase in the Asia-Pacific region, including the deployment of the BISON X and the Global Cutter, a shaper to create halfpipes with a transition of 6.7 m, specifically developed by Development Snowparks.

New Zealand based Development Snowparks offer an exceptional range of world class park and pipe services and features that are recognized all around the world as being of a consistently high calibre whether it be a half pipe, slopestyle or big air event. Their most notable half pipe contracts are sub contractors to the to the Vancouver 2010 Olympics and contractors to the Sochi 2014 Olympic events.

High Profile Projects Throughout the Asia Pacific Region
“We are extremely proud to be partnered with such an established brand such as PRINOTH. We are looking forward to working together on high profile projects throughout the Asia Pacific region partnering the BISON X with the Global Cutter. It is a long term goal that has come to fruition for myself and the team to be running the finest freestyle equipment”, says Development Snowpark’s CEO John Melville about the cooperation.

Superior Snow Groomers of Choice
Development Snowparks provides a total solution for several freestyle issues; from 3D design renders to build and maintenance contracts and now world class machinery for snow parks. “The first snow cat I ever drove was a PRINOTH and it has since always been the snow groomer of choice for a freestyle application. With it’s high torque output it is ideal for pushing large quantities of snow and the tiller always produces the best finish. It’s interior comfort and features add to it being the superior snow groomer of choice.” adds John Melville. Plans are underway for bringing the BISON X with AUTOMATIC Winch to New Zealand in 2017 and using it for high profile events and projects.


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