Old well-tried and new technology working together? No problem as a customer from the municipality of Lauchringen in the Black Forest messages us this week. The Unimog does not look like an 25-year-old vehicle. Likewise, […]
1,200 employees at Rijkswaterstaat in the Netherlands provide safe roads in winter. Around 900 winter maintenance vehicles, including numerous Nido units.
The hairs on the back of some people’s neck would stand up at the mere thought of driving their car on icy, snowy roads. For others, it’s simply part of their job. The report from […]
It has successfully passed its first winter season, the Beilhack snow blower HB10 of the MGBahn at the Oberalpass in Switzerland. In 2015, the 50-year “old lady” was renovated from the ground up in the […]
They are coming from the far north or to be more accurate from Sundebru, a small municipality in Norway: our Tellefsdal snowploughs. In the upcoming winter season, the first Tellefsdal snowploughs will be able to prove their excellent performance in Switzerland.
Snowplows from Schmidt in St. Blasien are used throughout the world. But you can find them also in the neighborhood, more precisely about 150 km away in Herrenberg-Gültstein, where Schmidt’s Tarron series snowplows are waiting for the upcoming winter.
While most of us were basking in the warmth of unusually balmy temperatures earlier this winter, Andrew Outcalt, chief executive of ASH North America Inc., parent company of Meyer Products LLC, was hoping for snow. “I pray for snow all the time, and a lot of my friends say, ‘You can stop praying now,'” Outcalt said.
On a blustery winter day in 1926, Edward B. Meyer took on mother nature by putting a wooden moldboard on the
front of a Buick to clear his driveway, giving birth to the Meyer Auto Snow Plow Company – which is part of the ASH Group since September 2015.
Winter maintenance vehicles with Schmidt Stratos and ML51/CPS snow ploughs ensure safety on highways in State of Schleswig-Holstein