Weisswurst and Pretzel - as the Bavarians say - are now a permanent feature of the MONTANA stand and are very popular year after year. However, the numerous exhibition objects, which were presented in the best light on the 370 m2 stand area and attracted hundreds of visitors every day, had a far greater attraction this year.
Ski tourers are amazed
After several years of development MONTANA presented for the first time the new skin coating FUSIONTEC SKINS ADHESION by MONTANA, which will be launched with the new climbing skin MONTAMIX ADRENALINE. "The FUSIONTEC Adhesion sets new standards in the areas of adhesive properties and handling of climbing skins," said product manager and developer Walter Muheim. The expectant visitors had the opportunity to test the novel adhesive properties of the FUSIONTEC skin coating on site. Especially the reactivating cleaning process of the climbing skin amazed many visitors and convinced even skeptics of the groundbreaking innovation. The climbing skins are expected to be available next autumn.
Modularity for more flexibility
The new robot generation, first presented at ISPO in 2018, was again the focus of attention in the ski service machine sector this year. In the meantime, the GRIPtech system has established itself and made a name in ski service. The modular design of the CRYSTAL MAGIC robot is also attracting great interest, as it allows individual and flexible solutions to be implemented for any size of workshop.
MONTANA sets standards - not only in colour
In the areas of storage and depot systems MONTANA presented its products in high-quality and harmonious colours and material combinations. With an almost unlimited palette of colours and materials, MONTANA promises the highest degree of individuality and a perfect fit for every room concept. But not only the visual appearance was convincing: By using online solutions, new standards in locking components and autonomous device controls were presented, which meet today's need for connectivity.