ABB powers first disabled-friendly chairlift in Switzerland

With laser-measurement and an adjustable floor level, the new Madrisa chair lift in the Swiss Alps, powered by energy-efficient ABB motors, is the first in the country that can be used easily by small children and those with physical disabilities. The project is the latest announcement for the Madrisa resort which has increasingly turned its focus to making its facilities accessible to all, and it marks the start of a major branding campaign for ABB across the Alps.

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