Gondola Lift

In ski areas, urban or touristic zones, POMA offers the ultimate mode of transport, the Multix gondola lift. Thanks to their experience and expertise, the POMA Group is exporting its range of gondola lifts all over the world.

The Gondola lift : be transported in complete serenity

Safety, comfort and speed. The Multix detachable gondola lift provides unique reliability for travelling in the air from one place to another. Transporting skiers to the snowy mountain tops, linking urban districts in the largest metropolitan cities in the world, or providing unique experiences in the most remarkable tourist sites : the gondola lift adapts to all types of terrain, integrates easily into all environments.

The guarantee of a smooth voyage ! In the departure and arrival stations, the gondola slows and the grip holding the rope releases. Passenger unloading and boarding is therefore assured at a comfortable speed, which enables ideal conditions for all users.

Gondolas with state-of-the-art technology

POMA provides skiers with a unique travelling experience. The Multix gondola is proof that comfort, safety, performance and durability can come together for the joy of all users :

  • telecabine_accConfigurable in 4, 6, 8 or 10-seats
  • Carriers composed of two levels of shock absorption
  • Adaptable boarding and unloading speeds
  • Transportation speed up to 6 metres a second
  • Customized lift depending on requirements



Designed and installed by their subsidiary SIGMA, the gondolas provide maximum operational ease:
  • Optimized comfort
  • Panoramic vision
  • Tried and tested mechanisms
  • Easy maintenance

Prestigious installations across the world in a multitude of areas 

  • Snow
    -Plan Joran Gondola lift, Chamonix (France)
    -Les Plattières Gondola lift, Méribel-Mottaret (France)
  • Urbain
    -Complexo Do Alemão, Rio de Janeiro (Brazil)
    -Metro Cable gondola lift - J line, Medellin ( Colombia)
  • Tourism
    -Huashan gondola lift  Huayin, Shaanxi (China)

The Multix gondola lift in figures

  • A capacity of 100 to 4 000 people/hour
  • Transportation speed up to 6 metres a second
  • Availability and Durability