Making Waves: Aritex - The Art of Steel

It can be overlooked as merely utilitarian, but Aritex takes pride in all the stainless-steel hardware it has built for many of the world’s outstanding yachts since the business started in 1983 in a small rented space. Today the company has three locations and employs 300 people in tasks from design and engineering to steel polishing.
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It can be overlooked as merely utilitarian, but Aritex takes pride in all the stainless-steel hardware it has built for many of the world’s outstanding yachts since the business started in 1983 in a small rented space. Today the company has three locations and employs 300 people in tasks from design and engineering to steel polishing. Its modern showroom is an impressive résumé for the company that provides 60 percent of the hardware used on boats built in Taiwan and whose client list reads like the international who’s who of yachting. Aside from high-quality railings, anchors, bollards, cleats, doors and stairs, the company builds custom hydraulically operated passerelles, cranes and massive tender doors for superyachts.

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