Terratrac, VT450 Vario and Combicut can not always be moved on their own wheels to the operation site either because parts of the way is on a highway, the distance is too far or just because there are not enough drivers to get all the machines from A to B at the same time.
Six Aebi TT211 for municipal service fleet of Federal State of Lower Saxony (DE) The multifunctional Aebi TT211 Terratrac does not only look good with its typical red color, even in a bright orange the […]
18,760 kilometres of distance or 20 hours of flight time – there is hardly any place in the world which is further away from the birthplace of the Aebi vehicles than New Zealand. Anyone who only associates the “red Ferraris” from Burgdorf with steep mountain slopes and lush alpine meadows would be surprised to learn of all the places across the globe where they are found. The typical Aebi red also shines in quite a few fields down under, and not only there…
As soon as the ski season on Flumserberg in canton St. Gallen was over last Sunday, Aebi used the opportunity together with film and photo crew to shoot the new Aebi film 2016.
Impressive Winter service demonstration at 1,360 meters above sea level in Switzerland
In addition to the Aebi TT280 with caterpillars now its “little brother”, the Aebi TT211, is following with crawler tracks – an ideal partner in winter sports regions for preparing ski slopes or cross-country skiing, for […]
Also at the Ski World Cup in Crans Montana (CH) this weekend they are in use: the Aebi TT280 with crawler tracks, snow plow and overhead winch and his “colleague” on wheels and wiyth snowblower. […]
Terratrac, Combicut & Co are used not only in the Alps. The „Red Ferraris“ from Switzerland are also appreciated overseas. In Costa Rica they are for example as well known for their performance on slopes, the easy handling and reliability.
Two Aebi TT211 and TT280 in their element… Equipped with snowblowers they showed at a Winter Demo on the Col des Mosses in western of Switzerland, their range of service and their power.
The giant slalom in Adelboden at „Chuenisbärgli“ is known as one of the most difficult in the world. The challenging downhill slope with a maximum inclination of 60% is quite an affair and especially the steep finishing slope demands a lot from the athletes. While for the winter sportsmen a few seconds determine victory or defeat, the World cup requires months of preparation for the team of the racing director Hans Pieren. Especially in the last few days before the race every helping hand – or machine – counts. Aebi supports the organisation committee with an Aebi TT280 with crawler track and overhead winch, as well as an Aebi VT450 Vario Transporter. Following the principle: ‘world leading technology for world class athletes’.