|Founded||Italy (1963 )|
|Founder||Luigi, Ferruccio and Marcello Bertazzon|
Number of employees
|60 (as at 2012) |
|Divisions||Bertazzon 3B s.r.l.|
|Website|| Bertazzon 3B s.r.l. |
Bertazzon America LLC
Bertazzon is an amusement ride manufacturing company based in Sernaglia della Battaglia, Italy. The company produces a variety of flat rides including bumper cars, carousels, swing rides, Matterhorns, Musik Expresses and dark ride systems.
In 1951, three brothers began renovating existing amusement rides: Luigi, Ferruccio and Marcello Bertazzon.  Bertazzon 3B was founded in 1963 when the company began manufacturing their own rides. The company later spawned a division based in the United States, Bertazzon America. As of 2009, the company is run by the founders' descendants Michele, Alex and Patrizia Bertazzon.  As of 2012, Bertazzon employs approximately 60 people, and manages a 12,000-square-metre (130,000 sq ft) manufacturing facility in Italy. 
|Bumper Beach||Dreamworld||Bumper Cars||1983||Closed in 2012|
|Buffalo Bumper Cars||Djurs Sommerland||Bumper Cars||2012||Operating|||
|Pier Pileup||Galveston Island Historic Pleasure Pier||Bumper Cars||2012||Operating|||
|Bumper Cars||Ghost Town in the Sky||Bumper Cars||Closed|
|Mini Bumper Cars||Gröna Lund||Bumper Cars||2003||Operating|
|King Pig's Wild Hog Dodgems||Thorpe Park||Bumper Cars||2014||Operating|
|Miniautoscooter||Hansa Park||Bumper Cars||Operating|
|Space Scooter||Hansa Park||Bumper Cars||Operating|
|Crazy Cars||Nickelodeon Universe||Bumper Cars||1992||Operating|
|Space Bump||Galaxyland||Bumper Cars||1985||Operating|
|Bump-A-Round||Splash Adventure||Bumper Cars||1998||Closed in 2011|
|Fender Bender||Splash Adventure||Bumper Cars||1998||Closed in 2011|
|Keansburg Amusement Park||Bumper Cars||2013||Operating|||
|Steel Pier||Bumper Cars||2013||Operating|||
|Gallopers Carousel||Alton Towers Resort||Carousel||Operating|
|Nostalgic Carousel||Heide Park||Carousel||1997||Operating|
|Bluegrass Breeze||Beech Bend Park||Swing Carousel||2015||Operating|
|Just A Swingin'||Hard Rock Park||Swing Carousel||2008||Closed in 2009|||
|Sea Swings||Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk||Swing Carousel||2009||Operating|||
|Silver Dollar City||Swing Carousel|
|World's Finest Shows||Swing Carousel|
|Water Circus||Steel Pier||Swing Carousel||2013||Operating|| |
|Avalanche||Dreamworld||Matterhorn||1983||Closed in 2012|
|Safari Stampede||Rides At Adventure Cove||Matterhorn||2008|
|Musik Express||Casino Pier||Musik Express||Closed in 2012|||
|Coney Island||Musik Express|
|Rock & Roll||Galveston Island Historic Pleasure Pier||Musik Express||2012||Operating|||
|Cannonball Express||Great Escape||Musik Express|
|Musik Express||Morey's Piers||Musik Express|
|Musik Express||Seabreeze Amusement Park||Musik Express||2008||Operating|||
|Hurricane||Splash Adventure||Musik Express||1998||2011|
|Wild West World||Musik Express||2007||Closed in 2007|||
|Justice League: Alien Invasion 3D||Warner Bros. Movie World||Dark Ride System||2012||Operating|||
|Lost Kingdom Adventure||Legoland California||Dark Ride System||2008||Operating|| |
|Lost Kingdom Adventure||Legoland Florida||Dark Ride System||2011||Operating|
|Lost Kingdom Adventure||Legoland Malaysia||Dark Ride System||2012||Operating|
|Lost Kingdom Adventure||Legoland Windsor||Dark Ride System||2009||Operating|
|Carousel||Palm Beach International Equestrian Center||Carousel||2013||Only Venetian Carousel in Palm Beach ever built|
|Carousel||Disney Springs||Carousel||1975||First type to ship in the USA|
|Carousel||Eagle Ridge Mall||Carousel||1996||First Bertazzon to ship in Central Florida to operate in a mall and the only type to not use a finial because the ceiling is too small|
|Carousel||Old Town||Carousel||1986||First Bertazzon to be in use at a standing still carnival|
|Carousel||Universal CityWalk Florida||Carousel||See site||Clone to Disney Springs version.|
|Carousel||Hersheypark||Venetian Carousel||2019||Only Venetian Carousel in Hershey Pennsylvania|
|The Chessington Adventure Tree||Chessington World of Adventures||Carousel||2017||Operating|
|Venetian Carousel||Canobie Lake Park||Venetian Carousel||2019||Operating|
In 2006, Bertazzon was awarded a Golden Pony Award at the Technofolies trade show. Luigi Bertazzon accepted the award on behalf of the company. 
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