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- Created 2012-03-22
is a designing and manufacturing company in
. It is best known for creating
s worldwide. The U.S. division of the company is located in
Glen Burnie, Maryland
, and is headed by Sandor Kernacs. The Intamin brand name is an abbreviation for:
stallations. The company distributes approximately 5-7 roller coasters from their workshops in Switzerland and Glen Burnie each year.
Intamin is a major player in the
attractions industry, supplying some 22 different styles of rides to a variety of parks. Their first roller coaster installation was The Jr. Gemini, a roller coaster at
in 1979. Since then they have installed a total of 70 coasters in several countries around the globe. They designed and built the first "
river rapids ride
" known as "Thunder River" based on the idea supplied by Bill Crandall, a past General Manager at the now defunct
. Intamin also marketed the first
) experience and the first
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