Poma or Pomagalski SA is an international corporation, headquartered in France, which builds passenger conveyances using cable systems, including fixed and detachable aerial chairlifts, gondolas, funiculars, aerial tramways and surface lifts. Poma has installed more than six thousand systems in fifty-four countries which transport eight million passengers each hour.
While the term Poma lift technically refers to any Poma installation, it is mostly commonly used as a nostalgic term for a platter lift or T-bar, as it was the company's first and most popular system.
In 1953, Pomalift Inc. established itself in the U.S. In 1958, they built their first chairlift in the U.S., followed in 1960 with chairlifts at Squaw Valley for the Winter Olympics. In 1981 they established manufacturing capability in Grand Junction, Colorado at their North American headquarters.
TESTIMONIOS EN TRIÁNGULO: PERSONAJES DE LA NUEVA CORÓNICA DE GUAMAN POMA Y DEL MANUSCRITO QUECHUA DE HUAROCHIRÍ EN EL PLEITO SOBRE EL CACICAZGO PRINCIPAL DE MAMA (1588-1590)/ TRIANGULAR TESTIMONY: INDIVIDUALS FROM GUAMAN POMA'S NUEVA CORÓNICA AND FROM THE QUECHUA MANUSCRIPT OF HUAROCHIRÍ IN A LAWSUIT OVER THE CACICAZGO PRINCIPAL OF MAMA (1588-1590)
Jul 01, 2003; El extenso "Segundo pleito entre Antonio Guamanyanac y Geronimo Caxayauri 1588" (AGN/ Buenos Aires 9-45-5- 1 5), estudiado por...