Long lasting, sometimes for decades lasting relationships with leading resuce organizations around the world argue for our experience.
The development of the Tyrolean Mountain Rescue organization is associated with the history of TYROMONT. As a partner right up from the beginning many products were developed together and the work with Peter Veider constantly produces new solutions.
Many of our TYROMONT products result from decades of close cooperation with the Austrian Mountain Rescue Services. Nearly all 292 local offices use TYROMONT products.
In the Bavarian Mountain Rescue organization numerous TYROMONT products are in use, starting with various models of Akja sledges, mountain stretchers up to a specially designed helicopter rescue bag with a vacuum mattress.
In almost all of the various national associations of the German Red Cross Mountain Rescue are numerous TYROMONT products for rescue in rough terrain, mountain rescue, air ambulance and rock rescue used.
The Mountain Rescue of the Alpine Club South Tyrol was officially founded in the post-war years. It now operates 34 mountain rescue bases which are partners of TYROMONT for many years now. Currently they have been equipped with more than 45 newly developed helicopter rescue bags.
Together with the Mountain Rescue in the AVS Corpo Nazionale Soccorso Alpino e speleologico (CNSAS) is responsible for the alpine rescue service in South Tyrol. In this case there are numerous TYROMONT products used.
Founded in 2006, the ARS (Alpine Rescue Switzerland) is a non-profit foundation supported by Rega and the Swiss Alpine Club SAC. Many of the 92 rescue stations trust in terrestrial rescue products from TYROMONT.
The Mountain Rescue Liechtenstein works with rescue sledges, mountain stretchers and winches from TYROMONT for many years now.
Górskie Ochotnicze Pogotowie Ratunkowe.
Gorska reševalna zveza Slovenije.
Hrvatska Gorska Služba Spašavanja.
Horská Služba Česke Republiky.
Horská Služba na Slovensku.
Asociatia Nationala a Salvatorilor Montani di Romania.
Moutain Rescue Services.
Hellenic Rescue Team.
Icelandic Association for Search and Rescue.
The Christophorus Air Rescue has been partner of TYROMONT right up from the beginning. Our helicopter rescue bag “Christophorus” and the vacuum mattress 80 with belt system are due to the development of the senior cabin rescuers Josef Redolfi and Heini Willmann.
The province of Vorarlberg has delegated the organization and operation of the air rescue to the Vorarlberg Mountain Rescue Services. They operate with two ambulance helicopters, which are equipped with a number of TYROMONT air rescue products.
Founded 20 years ago, the company operates four helicopter bases in the Tyrolean lowlands. For rescue operations an individually developed TYROMONT rescue bag including a vacuum mattress is used.
The Heli Austria, Heli Tyrol and Martin Air Ambulance operate 5 air ambulance bases in western Austria. They also TYROMONT helicopter rescue bags and vacuum mattresses.
Founded in 2001, the ARA Air Ambulance uses at its two locations in Reutte/Tyrol and Fresach/Carinthia TYROMONT helicopter rescue bags.
The Swiss Rega, with 18 helicopters and three ambulance jets, rely on TYROMONT helicopter rescue bags. Together with our partner Airwork (A & H) already the fourth generation of rescue bags were developed in 2017 and has been in use since then.
The Air-Glaciers with their 9 bases in western Switzerland has long been familiar to TYROMONT helicopter rescue bass. End of 2012 the latest generation of bags was taken in operation.
Founded in 1968, Air Zermatt AG with its two bases in Zermatt and Raron has been using customized TYROMONT helicopter rescue bags for many years now.
Founded in 1970, the ADAC air rescue is today with 35 stations and 49 rescue helicopters the largest air rescue organization in Germany. At the base "Christoph Murnau" TYROMONT helicopter rescue bags are used for hoist rescue operations.
Aiut Alpin Dolomites is the Ladin term for "alpine help in the Dolomites". Located in Pontives (Val Gardena) they operate with TYROMONT helicopter bags for various rescue operations.
The Norsk Luftambulanse AS operates 9 air rescue stations in Norway. For the rescue of injured they use TYROMONT helicopter rescue bags and vacuum immobilization products.
CHC is one of the world's largest commercial helicopter companies based in Vancouver, Canada. For the Search and Rescue (SAR) division in the UK the company has relied on mountain bags from TYROMONT for many years.
Bristow Group is the leading provider of helicopter services to the worldwide offshore energy industry. For Search and Rescue (SAR) services in the UK and SAR services for the offshore industry in the North Sea Bristow uses air rescue equipment from TYROMONT.
The Royal Air Force maintains a 24-hour search and rescue service covering the entire UK within the UK search and rescue region; therefore, 12 helicopters are operated in the UK, another ones in Cyprus and the Falkland Islands.