Annual General Meeting Schilthorn Cableway Ltd.
On Friday, 16th June 2023, the 61st Annual General Meeting of Schilthorn Cableway Ltd. took place in Mürren, in the presence of 220 shareholders. The company looks back on a successful business year. The current focus is on the construction work on the SCHILTHORNBAHN 20XX project. Daniel Kuster-von Allmen was newly elected to the Board of Directors.
Kunal Kothari - new representative in the Indian market
India is growing and booming. All the more the Schilthorn Cableway Ltd. is again dependent on expert support directly from the market. Kunal Kothari is representing the company in the Indian market since the beginning of April. The tourism expert from Mumbai has extensive and long-standing know-how in the European rail travel business.
A mixed field of winners at the 78th Inferno downhill race
Saturday, 22 January 2022 was all about the Inferno Downhill. A total of 1482 racers once again ventured onto a perfect race piste with the finish on Winteregg. Victory was not in the hands of the Swiss for the first time in 21 years.
International Inferno-Races 2022: Competitive sports stand in the foreground
The 78th International Inferno Races from 19 - 22 January 2022 have been approved. However, due to the current situation surrounding COVID-19, the programme will be adjusted slightly. The focus will be on the sports competitions. In particular, the supporting programme since the planned festivities will be limited.
78th International Inferno Races sold out
All 1850 entry slots for the downhill contest at the 78th International Inferno Races from 19th – 22nd January 2022 have sold out. Several former winners will be vying for repeat victory amid fierce competition from home and abroad. Staging the event will require prior sanitary approval by the District Governor's Office in Interlaken.
OUTLOOK 78th INTERNATIONAL INFERNO-RACES 2022
The 78th International Inferno Races will take place from 19th – 22nd January 2022. Online registration for the races is open. Bernhard Spörri joins the Organising Committee (OC) as Vice President. In addition, Migros SportxX will now support the event as Presenting Partner.
2020 FINANCIAL YEAR RESULT
After a very promising start, the 2020 financial year at was dominated by the Covid-19 pandemic. As a result, matching the good prior-year figures proved far beyond reach. Both revenue and passenger figures contracted by around 45% in total. The company nevertheless succeeded in generating a positive cash flow. The Board of Directors proposes to forego the payment of a dividend.
2020 FINANCIAL YEAR: DOMINATED BY COVID-19
Schilthorn Cableway Ltd. looks back on a mixed 2020 financial year. A promising start to the year was abruptly interrupted by the Covid-19 pandemic. The company's gastronomy and retail operations were particularly hard hit by the restrictive measures and the absence of guests from abroad.
78th INTERNATIONAL INFERNO RACES 2021 CANCELLED
The International Inferno Races from 20th – 23rd January 2021 have been cancelled. The restrictions for major events that have been put in place by the authorities due to Covid-19 means the races cannot be held. A postponement is not planned. The entry fees will be 100 percent refunded.
STECHELBERG - MÜRREN: WORLD'S STEEPEST AERIAL CABLEWAY
Running between Stechelberg and Mürren, the SCHILTHORN CABLEWAY 20XX project will culminate in the steepest aerial cableway in the world. Achieving a maximum gradient exceeding 159%, the new cable car system will transport up to 800 passengers per hour and can carry up to 2.5 tonnes of cargo as underload in regular operation.
SCHILTHORNBAHN 20XX PROJECT STILL ON TRACK
The SCHILTHORNBAHN 20XX project is still on track. Of the four remaining objections, only one is currently pending. Schilthornbahn AG expects a solution by the end of the year. The agreement “A heart for Gimmelwald” was drawn up with the residents of Gimmelwald.
78TH INFERNO-RACES 2021 WITH A STRONG INTERNATIONAL FIELD SOLD OUT
The 78th International Inferno-Races from January 20th -23rd 2021 are now sold out. Around 300 more competitors have registered for the downhill race than the maximum number of participants allowed. Numerous top ski racers from Switzerland and abroad will be in the starting gate.