Mobaro presented with digitisation supplier award by PortAventura World

Mobaro, a provider of online maintenance and safety solutions, has been presented with a prize as PortAventura World’s preferred digitisation supplier at an awards show.

Mobaro is proud to announce that it has been presented with an award as the preferred digitisation supplier to the largest family leisure and holiday destination resort in Europe. The park held the awards event in order to recognise its trusted suppliers. Hundreds of PortAventura’s representatives and suppliers took part in the event, where a total of nine awards were announced.

Offering true value

Mobaro’s CEO Henrik Fjordside Have attended the event and was proud to accept the award. He said, “We are extremely honoured to be acknowledged by our client like this. PortAventura World is a prime example of an attraction with extensive focus on enhancing safety, maintenance and operations procedures digitally. And we are proud to be their preferred supplier for this process because it confirms that the concept, we offer, has true value”

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This award highlights the trusted services that Mobaro provides, and its ability to meet the park’s precise needs. “PortAventura World does not want to adapt a “standard market software” to our very specific and precise needs,” explains Alfonso García, Technical Director of Port Aventura World. “Understanding our technical language and knowing the European Standards ensures a step forward in management. It is not only about changing from paper to the digital system, it is about enhancing with all the possibilities that the digital medium offers us.”

“Collaborating with a company that can also give us the experience of development in other European parks, also gives us a more open vision with a perspective of developing the project that is not limited to our knowledge only. And Mobaro meets our expectations.”

The company provides its online safety and maintenance solution, Mobaro Park, to parks around the world. Several UK-based attractions have chosen to use the system, as well as a number of Sea World locations in the US.