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Join us at SMM in Hamburg 9 –12 Sept.

2014-08-29 |

SMM in Hamburg is the international platform and the leading forum for the maritime industry. This is where the world’s leading companies present their innovations and forward looking technologies, and set the course for future success of the industry. Welcome to meet us! We demonstrate the new generation Electronic Remote Release System as well as our wide range of products. […]

Meet the new generation Remote release system

2014-06-09 |

The Hammar ERRS releases life rafts and other safety equipment from the bridge or other strategic positions on board within seconds. It enables placing life rafts in different locations on board, which frees valuable deck space for passengers or cargo: a sound economic investment. The ERRS Control Panel 2 and several systems has already been installed on board ships in […]

New crew at Hammar

2012-04-23 |

We are pleased to welcome Mattias Malmgren to our Sales & Marketing team. Mattias will take up the position as Business Development Manager in order to develop new applications and user areas for our products. He will also be responsible for the LifeSaver product group and introduce these products on the world market. Mattias has a background in sales and […]

Norshipping in Norway, 24-27 May 2011

2011-05-04 |

Dear customers and friends, We are exhibiting at Norshipping in Norway, 24-27 May 2011. Visit our CM Hammar stand number A1-40g in the Swedish Pavillion and have a look at our new solutions for Remote Release systems and the new Mk II version of Lifebuoy release system. We look forward to see you in Norway!

Press Release: New technology for life-saving at sea

2010-10-21 |

Swedish maritime safety company CM Hammar presents solution to well known safety problem. With brand new technology, liferafts and epirbs can be released and float freely already when a ship or vessel is in listing position. With current release systems on the market, safety equipment is released first when it reaches a depth of 1,5 to 4 metres. When a […]

We are pleased to launch our new revised Product Catalogue

2010-08-19 |

In this new product catalogue you will be able to find: New updated section for Hammar Remote Release Systems with a number of new components for our Electronic Remote Release System – ERRS. The new components will offer much more flexible and competitive solutions for electric remote release of liferafts,  Epirbs or other lifesaving appliances. Hammar Lifebuoy Release System MkII […]

Crew change at Hammar

2009-06-08 |

In our efforts to provide best possible support for our customers, we now launch a new support crew at Hammar. As from Monday June 8th the new organisation will be in place to help you with orders, inquiries, market support and logistics. We are happy to wish Malena Feldt welcome onboard. Malena is 25 years old and daughter of our […]

Important information on Hammar H20: New solution for better safety

2009-02-25 |

During the end of 2008 it came to our attention that dangerous fake copies of our Hydrostatic release unit, the Hammar H20, had entered the market. We immediately issued a Safety Alert to warn about the risks in using these fake copies. We also provided a number of ways to check the authenticity of products used. All our customers were […]

New life for LifeSaver

2008-05-06 |

The maritime safety company CM Hammar is focusing on the consumer market through the acquisition of the brand LifeSaver, including production and all rights. LifeSaver consists of a series of specially designed lifebuoys with a number of unique features. They are used by the Swedish Sea Rescue Society (SSRS) among others.The lifebuoys are distributed through Watski and are already available […]

Hammar Lifebuoy product news

2007-05-06 |

The difference between life and death when someone goes overboard from a ship or vessel can be the time it takes to launch a lifebuoy to the person in the sea. Most lifebuoys nowadays are fitted in a holder on the bridge with or in similar remote areas, where quick access takes some time to reach. Hammar has now developed […]