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'''Intamin''' is a [[roller coaster]] designing and manufacturing company headquartered in Wollerau, Switzerland. The manufacturer's name is an abbreviation for '''Int'''ernational '''Am'''usement '''In'''stallations. The company has built and designed more than seventy roller coasters around the world, including the [[Tallest roller coasters|tallest]] [[Roller Coaster|roller coaster]] in the world ([[Kingda Ka]]).
 
'''Intamin''' is a [[roller coaster]] designing and manufacturing company headquartered in Wollerau, Switzerland. The manufacturer's name is an abbreviation for '''Int'''ernational '''Am'''usement '''In'''stallations. The company has built and designed more than seventy roller coasters around the world, including the [[Tallest roller coasters|tallest]] [[Roller Coaster|roller coaster]] in the world ([[Kingda Ka]]).
 
==History==
 
==History==
In its early years, Intamin represented [[Schwarzkopf]] outside Germany. The first Intamin-designed roller coaster to open was [[Wilderness Run|Jr. Gemini]] (now Wilderness Run) at [[Cedar Point]] in 1979.
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In its early years, Intamin represented [[Schwarzkopf]] outside Germany. The first Intamin-designed roller coaster to open was [[Wilderness Run (Cedar Point)|Jr. Gemini]] (now Wilderness Run) at [[Cedar Point]] in 1979.
 
==Records==
 
==Records==
 
Tallest roller coaster:
 
Tallest roller coaster:

Revision as of 21:02, 24 February 2018

Intamin
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Location

Wollerau, Switzerland

Founded

1967

Official Website

http://intaminworldwide.com/

Intamin is a roller coaster designing and manufacturing company headquartered in Wollerau, Switzerland. The manufacturer's name is an abbreviation for International Amusement Installations. The company has built and designed more than seventy roller coasters around the world, including the tallest roller coaster in the world (Kingda Ka).

History

In its early years, Intamin represented Schwarzkopf outside Germany. The first Intamin-designed roller coaster to open was Jr. Gemini (now Wilderness Run) at Cedar Point in 1979.

Records

Tallest roller coaster:

Fastest roller coaster:

Most inversions: