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PW-JUL19-40-41-Company profile.qxp_Feature 15/07/2019 17:17 Page 40


Company Profile www.parkworld-online.com


Making every journey a joy


Passion, tradition and quality are just some of the characteristics that have accompanied Dotto Trains since 1962. In an exclusive chat with president, Sabrina Carraro and vice president Ottorina Carraro, Park World editor Becci Knowles finds out what's driving the company today...


fence every day to watch it in action, ever hopeful that they might be lucky enough to have a ride,” says Sabrina, explaining that what that began as a hobby, became a lifelong pursuit of finding ways for everyone to enjoy old towns and parks in complete freedom. 1966 saw the launch of the first trackless trains, a very important turning point


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for the company as until then, they had only run on rails. “Freeing” the train from its tracks transformed it into a completely versatile means of transport that could now be used for a wide range of different purposes. With the launch of the first pneumatic road train for adults In


1972, Dotto Trains took what had initially begun as a children’s attraction and turned it into a means of transport used in parks and many other areas. Constantly innovating and with its eye firmly on the environment, in


1995 Dotto launched an electric version of the Muson River line, a zero emissions locomotive ideal for city and tourist transport.


vo Dotto built his first engine driven train on rails in the factory garden in 1962. “The allure and success of this little train was proven by the increasing number of children who stopped and glued their noses to the


By the millennium, the TM970 was launched, a shuttle bus train with an


aerodynamic design, perfect for modern cities. Then in 2006 Dotto launched its ‘Funny Trains’ line, brightly coloured trains


with fun, appealing designs that look just like cartoon characters. “This line was primarily designed for amusement parks but Funny Trains are also ideal for holiday villages and resorts,” says Ottorina. Environmental awareness and protection has always been a key part of the


Dotto Trains philosophy and this led to the creation of different lines of electric trains that maintained the same reliability, easy handling and efficiency for which Dotto trains is renowned, including the Dotto Bus in 2014.


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