Technical Park

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Technical Park
Private[citation needed]
Industry Amusement ride manufacturing
Founded 1980[citation needed]
Founder Martini Renzo[citation needed]
Headquarters Melara, Rovigo, Italy
Number of locations
1 factory, 1 sales office[citation needed]
Key people
Renzo Martini, Fabio Martini, Cristian Martini[citation needed]
Products Major rides, family rides, kiddie rides, roller coasters, Ferris wheels[citation needed]

Technical Park is an Italian amusement ride manufacturer based in Melara, Rovigo, Veneto, northern Italy.

History[edit]

Technical Park was born in 1980 taking their first steps in the field of manufacturing of small kiddy rides for the Italian market, and entered the extreme thrill rides market in the 90's with the introduction of the Reverse Bungee type ride originally called Ejection Seat.[citation needed]

Products[edit]

Technical Park offers a wide range of rides including children's rides and Ferris wheels, all of which comply with the International DIN Standard in force and when required Tüv Süd Certification.[citation needed]

Technical Park is best known for manufacturing Ferris wheels and Side Swingers for parks and carnivals.[citation needed]

The Loop Fighter is currently the newest attraction in the Side Swinger category.[citation needed]

Technical Park roller coasters include the Jule Expressen (at Tivoli Gardens),[1] the Python (at Parque Italo Americano),[1] and the Sombrero (at Jacquou Parc).[1]

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