Patent and Company Information

The technology employed by Bucceri is protected by international patents that are granted and pending.

Above – The Snow Hybrid all has been designed and developed to meet the needs of the ski resort operator.

As the world heats up due to global warming, the world’s ski resorts are searching for a better solution to dwindling snow cover and increasing uncertainty of season opening.

Snow will always be needed at ski resorts to ensure their viability as natural snow falls decrease and warmer weather patterns predicted for the future.

It is not the intention of Bucceri to go “head-to-head” with conventional snowmaking suppliers but to capitalize on the problems with the inability of conventional snow machines to make snow in the 0 degrees to -3 degrees Celsius Wet bulb range.

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Appendix 1: History of Bucceri Snow Making.

Bucceri Snow Making Pty Ltd and its owner Alfio Bucceri have been successfully inventing, commercialising and selling innovative snow making systems since 1985 and the introduction of their technologies and concepts has revolutionised the snow sport industry over this period.

Bucceri’s technology and business concept were the main assets for the listing a public company on the Australian Stock Exchange called Permasnow Australasia Ltd. The Technology and Business Concept quickly revolutionized the skiing industry with Indoor Ski Centers created in every part of the world.

Both the product and concept are still active in the marketplace today with Indoor Ski Centres operating in many locations throughout the world.

Bucceri Snow Making has been manufacturing and selling snow making machines to a niche market including theme parks, event operators, casinos and ski resorts.

Bucceri Snow is based in Brisbane, Australia, with a manufacturing base Australia and China.

In March 2020 Bucceri Snow finalized testing of this new technology at Shenyang Ski Resort in China and in June September 2020 at Merrijig and Mt Buller Australia with results confirming that this new technology is set to revolutionize the ski resort business.