Kramer-Werke GmbH from Pfullendorf belongs to Wacker Neuson SE with its headquarters in Munich. The globally active group of companies is characterised by innovative products in the areas of construction equipment and compact construction machines.
Kramer-Werke GmbH is a medium-sized manufacturing company that places high value on its own research and development. Compact wheel loaders, tele wheel loaders and tele handlers are sold under the brand name Kramer in the construction industry, agriculture, horticulture and landscaping, municipalities, rental parks and recycling companies. All products of the Kramer brand are characterised by advanced technology and the highest quality.
More than 600 employees work in the company. Great value is placed on internal training. The annual training rate is about 10 percent of the total number of employees and the numbers of industrial and commercial trainees is roughly equal.
The continuous success of the company and the above-average growth over the last few years has led to the largest investment in the company's history: the construction of the new plant in Pfullendorf. After relocating all production and administration to the new site, machines have been coming off the production lines since the second quarter of 2008 in one of the most modern production facilities in Europe.
The Kramer brand stands for all-wheel driven wheel loaders, tele wheel loaders and telescopic handlers with extreme manoeuvrability, off-road capability and high efficiency.
We always develop and build our machines according to the needs of our end users. Whether for the construction and recycling industry, the municipal economy, horticulture and landscaping or many other industries – our machines are problem solvers for the most varied tasks and challenges.
Kramer enjoys an excellent reputation across worldwide markets. The innovative capacity, quality and versatility of our machines has made us the number 1 choice for our customers.
Kramer is one of three brands of the Wacker Neuson group. This co-operation creates synergies in order to advance research, development and growth more quickly and safely.