CEO North America
Phone: +1 702 477 9761
Ski season has begun, and the athletes of FIS world competitions are once again enjoying the safety and comfort of Continest units at the events. The season opened on the last weekend of November at the FIS Alpine World Cup Killington in Vermont. Olympic athlete Cassidy Gray of the Canadian national team also prepared for the race inside a Continest container.
Continest’s 20-foot foldable containers arrived to race venue in early November to support one of the biggest celebrations of the history and passion of alpine ski racing.
Killington is the largest ski area in the Eastern US, where the world’s best skiers converge to participate in events throughout the season. The FIS Alpine Ski World Cup features the best of the world’s winter sports in both men’s and women’s competitions.
Continest units first debuted at the 2019 FIS Alpine World Ski Championships in Åre. A state-of-the-art, two-story Continest installation was established in an extraordinary location. It was the service center of companies providing the repair and preparation of the equipment for the American, French, Canadian, Russian, Italian and Austrian teams.
A total of 120 10′ and 20′ container units arrived at the site with only 8 trucks, instead of 40 trucks needed to transport traditional rigid-frame containers.
The five-person assembly team that traveled from Hungary built the technical base in 10 days, often working in extreme weather conditions – sometimes in -23℃ and strong snowstorms – wearing ski goggles and special protective equipment.
CEO – Continest North America
+1 702 477 9761
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