Revamping service

Exploiting our know-how acquired in the field, for several years now we have been offering a revamping service for rides that are obsolete or have reached the end of their operating life. This service is intended for park owners who want to renovate their rides in terms of aesthetics or safety, and for relocations.

Complete revamping

The ride’s structure is completely redesigned and rebuilt based on the new location and the space available

Partial revamping

The ride is restructured and improved, removing and replacing any parts that are worn or no longer compliant with the latest safety standards


Our dedicated team of engineers and assembly technicians handles every stage in the process: inspections, surveys, design, risk analysis, construction, installation and final certification

The revamping process

Stage 1
Stage 2
Stage 3
Stage 4
Risk analysis
Stage 5
Stage 6
Stage 7
Final certification

Some recent revamping projects

Azteka Coaster, Le Pal (France)

In 2019 the design of Azteka Coaster was revised by OCEM. A new track was installed: the layout remained the same, but the banking was changed in some sections to make for a smoother ride.

Grand Huit Coaster, La Récré des 3 Curés (France)

This popular family coaster by Soquet, dating back to 2001 in Brittany needed a revamping service. The construction has been restructured and improved, removing and replacing parts according to the latest safety standards.

Magic Mountain, Gardaland (Italy)

The very first permanent rollercoaster in Italy (1985), it was manufactured by Vekoma. In 2017 the ride was fully revamped, thus becoming Shaman. OCEM was responsible for creating the 3D relief model of the track, disassembling and assembling it once again with the new theming.

Ronde des Rondins Coaster, Fraispertuis City (France)

This family coaster is a Tivoli model by Zierer and it was opened at the French park in 2014. In 2021 OCEM was in charge of the ride’s retracking.

Steampunk Coaster Iron Bull, Shima Spain Village (Japan)

From 2004 to 2015 Bullfight Roller Coaster Matador by Sansei Technologies was in operation at the Japanese park. In 2016 OCEM was charged to fully retrack the indoor rollercoaster. Iron Bull is the result of the revamping. Riders travel along 490m of dark track at speeds exceeding 50 kmph.
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