World Para Snow Sports has announced TechnoAlpin as the official supplier for its major championships until 2022.
TechnoAlpin is the world’s leading manufacturer of snow-making technology, providing ideal competition conditions and "essential" support for event organisers.
The South-Tyrolean company has been the official supplier of several World Para Snow Sports championships in recent years.
Last year, the cooperation was extended to the entire Para Alpine skiing, Para Nordic skiing and Para snowboard World Cup seasons.
TechnoAlpin has already supported three World Championships this year, including that for Para Alpine skiing in Slovenian town Kranjska Gora and Sella Nevea in Italy in January.
It also backed the World Para Nordic Skiing Championships in Canadian city Prince George in February and the World Para Snowboard World Championships in Pyhä in Finland in March.
"We are very pleased to announce this partnership with TechnoAlpin," said Dimitrije Lazarovski, head of World Para Snow Sports.
"We have counted with their support in World Championships since 2017 and we value the investment and contribution of TechnoAlpin to our sports.
"For us, it is very important to have TechnoAlpin as a partner on board providing perfect conditions to athletes and organisers.
"We look forward to developing our collaboration."
TechnoAlpin managing director Erich Gummerer claims the company has always set itself the goal of guaranteeing snow of the highest quality for every winter sports enthusiast worldwide.
"That's why we are proud to continue our partnership with World Para Snow Sports and to support Para sports with our expertise," he said.
Norwegian town Lillehammer will host the next World Championships in 2021.
It will be the first time the World Championships for Para Alpine skiing, Para Nordic skiing and Para snowboard are held in the same location.
TechnoAlpin was founded in 1990.
Its headquarters are in Bolzano in Italy.