Acclaimed Dutch hydraulic manufacturer Cramm Yachting Systems is celebrating 60 years of business. Having built a reputation as a world leader in the construction of superyacht hydraulic systems, Cramm is the supplier of choice for many leading shipyards. Over the years the company has worked on hundreds of significant yachts including 134m Serene, 68m Global (ex Kismet), 88m Maltese Falcon and 109m Octopus.
Rob Knoop, director at Cramm Yachting Systems commented, “All of the Cramm team is extremely proud of this milestone anniversary and of our achievements. We are humbled by the countless hours of work put in by those before us and are looking forward to the future and what the next sixty years hold.”
Founded in 1954 the company began as a manufacturer of diesel engines for mainly land-based clients. When these diesel engines became too complicated for general mechanics to service, Cramm saw the opportunity to expand by providing repairs and maintenance. This positive attitude paved the way for Cramm’s renowned full-service solution, whereby they take the project from the initial consultation to the design table right through to the installation and after sale service.
Having moved into the growing marine hydraulic industry in the 1970s, Cramm has now been part of that sector for 40 years, picking up decades of experience and garnering a strong international reputation.
Products like cranes, passerelles, ladders and doors can be custom built to suit clients’ needs and in most cases, colours and styles can be matched to provide synchronicity across the vessel.
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