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For more than 45 years, SIGMA has manufactured a large range of vehicles dedicated to passenger transport.
SIGMA’s products can be adapted to any technology: cable, rail, observation towers and wheels, either on roads or in the mountains…

Some milestones in SIGMA’s history:

1964: SIGMA created the "Egg", the famous 4-seater cabin known all over the world.

1973: SIGMA launched the manufacturing of the 6-seater cabin.
1997: Space 4, Space 6 and Palace 8 cabins replaced the old models.
1999: “The London Eye”, London’s Great Wheel (135m high).
SIGMA designed and manufactured the 32 panoramic capsules offering 25 places (8 x 4m).
2003: SIGMA launched its new line of aluminium cabins: the Diamond Line, ranging from 4 to 20 places.
2006: Again SIGMA presented a new range of aluminium cabins: the Ruby round cabin.
2007: The inauguration of the first Ruby line.

2008: More than 5.000 Diamond cabins all over the world!
First line of Diamond Funitel 20-place cabins at Super Besse, France.
The first range of Saphir 35-place cabins in Renon, Italy.
New Wheel in Beijing (208m high). SIGMA is designing and manufacturing the 48 panoramic capsules offering 40 places
(12 x 5m).
The funicular line at Mendola, Italy.
The 80-place cable car at Zinal, Switzerland.

SIGMA is currently taking the necessary steps to ensure compliance with Environment and Safety standards ISO 14001 and OHSAS 18001.

Thanks to its ISO 9001 quality certification, 2000 version, SIGMA has been able to carry out these various projects, by ensuring the traceability and follow-up of the manufacturing and control of its products.

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