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COMPANY PROFILE Theming and Animatronics


Industries SA (Spain) Castello 59, Bajo 28001, Madrid, Spain (Germany) Mittenwalderstr. 38, 82467 Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany


Tel: +44 (0)20 881 675 60 Email: udo@taaindustries.com Website: www.taaindustries.com


Background briefi ng Theming and Animatronics Industries SA (TAA) was founded in 2004 by Udo Weisenburger. The 2010/2011 season has been our most successful. The extensive trade media coverage of TAA and our in- creasing number of renowned projects and clients of leading theme parks are our best references!


Parent company TAA is a Spanish-based share hold- ing company. The management is in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany. Our daughter company, Escenomatica, has its own production facilities and is based in Romania. Approximately 100 em- ployees combine traditional skills with modern production, such as the German D-licence for welding.


Product range TAA is a specialised manufacturer for themed environments and all types of rides ranging from roller coasters to dark rides. Our own production facili- ties are under German management, enabling us to run major projects at best value-for-money.


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Main services We manufacture themed en- vironments. Maya Valley at Heide-Park Soltau was cre- ated from cement, while the Pirate Ship in Skull Pirates Bay and the shipwrecks at the SEA LIFE Centers were made from timber. We also provide themed animal habitats, prop selections and scenery designs, mechanical and animatronic movements.


President, Udo Weisenburger


Mayaland at Plopsaland De Panne in Belgium


Additional services TAA specialises in dark rides like the Dracula Dark Ride and Van Helsing’s Fac- tory – a 2011 key attraction at Movie Park. We themed the interior and exterior of both the factory and the restaurant into Van Helsing’s Club. Both have impres- sive interior and exterior facades, but in different factory styles and with great props.


Key customers Major groups like Merlin Entertainments, Parques Reunidos and Plopsa, as well as independent parks and zoos.


2011 trade shows Our booth Pirate Ship Wreck at EAS Rome and IAAPA Orlando in 2010 was considered by visitors as the best show booth they had seen. Following the Asian Attractions Expo in Singapore, our next shows will be EAS London and IAAPA Or- lando, Florida, USA.


Key personnel President, Udo Weisenburger; Admin- stration, Camelia Bejusca; Marketing, Christian Angenvoort; Project Man- agement, Jürgen Oldenburg and Andreas Brandt.


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