KRÄMER+GREBE has got three successes to record, which is really something special. In 2009, KRÄMER+GREBE not only trained Benjamin Lendeckel who became the best pattern mechanic specialising in building foundry patterns in Germany. Together with him, the two trainees Georg Wetter and Dominique Gessner took the first three places in the German state of Hesse.
In 2008 Krämer+Grebe took part in the Benchmark competition “Excellence in Production” the first time and archieved directly to be ranked within the top 20 companies.
In September 2007, Krämer+Grebe was the first German pattern and tool manufacturing company to earn the Excellence Award of the NEMAK Group for capital goods. The NEMAK Group confers its Excellence Award on suppliers for outstanding achievements. And only 8 suppliers received this award from entire pool of 2,000 candidates over a whole range of different sectors. The most important criteria are a reliably high level of quality, fast and flexible service, state-of-the-art technology and a competitive price. Krämer+Grebe engineered and produced tool equipment for engine projects of General Motors, Ford, Jaguar and Porsche in this period of time for NEMAK.
The German Chamber of Industry and Commerce (the umbrella organisation of all chambers of industry and commerce) awarded Thomas Achenbach for his excellent services along with 230 other trainees at the National Best Trainee Award in Chamber of Industry and Commerce Vocations on December 12, 2007 in the Berlin-based Palais am Funkturm.
Krämer+Grebe is receiving a certificate of recognition for outstanding training work confirming its principle of Training as a Way to Success.