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Experience the Alpine Pacific, New Zealand’s newest touring route, 450kms of spectacular scenery winding past wineries, alpine thermal pools, wild surf, and whales.

Destined to become one of the top scenic routes in the world, the Alpine Pacific is packed with unforgettable experiences.

This is a place like nowhere else in the world - where mountains spectacularly meet the sea. Magnificent wildlife is plentiful and exciting adventures and fascinating history await you. This is New Zealand’s eco-tourism capital and under three hours' drive from Christchurch.

The Société des Automobiles Alpine SAS , [3] commonly known as Alpine ( French pronunciation: ​ [alpin(ə)] ), is a French manufacturer of racing and sports cars established in 1955. The Alpine car marque was created in 1954. Jean Rédélé , the founder of Alpine, was originally a Dieppe garage proprietor who began to achieve success in motorsport with one of the few French cars that were produced just after the Second World War, the Renault 4CV . The company has been closely related to Renault through its history, and was bought by it in 1973. [4] Production of Alpine models ceased in 1995.

Using Renault 4CVs, Rédélé gained class wins in a number of major events, including the Mille Miglia and Coupe des Alpes . As his experience with the little 4CV built up, he incorporated many modifications, including for example, special five-speed gearboxes replacing the original three-speed unit. To provide a lighter car he built a number of special versions with lightweight aluminium bodies: he drove in these at Le Mans and Sebring with some success in the early 1950s.

Encouraged by the development of these cars and consequent customer demand, he created the Alpine marque in 1954. It was named "Alpine" after his Coupe des Alpes successes. [1] He did not realise that in England the previous year, Sunbeam had introduced a sports coupe derived from the Sunbeam Talbot and called the " Sunbeam Alpine ". This naming issue was to cause problems for Alpine throughout its history.

As a leading supplier of technology with 700 employees at our headquarters in Augsburg and in Leingarten, we develop, engineer and install machines and systems for process technology and film extrusion for our customers all over the world.

Proven since over 110 years: our mills, classifiers, compactors and turnkey systems for the production of fine powders and granules, for mineral base materials, in the chemicals / pharmaceuticals industries, for foodstuffs and for recycling tasks.

We are a leading international manufacturer of complete Blown Film Extrusion Equipment ranging from single extruder mono-lines to 11-layer high barrier film lines. Alpine’s X-Die is considered the “Gold Standard” in the Blown Film Industry.

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