Technology company VBH joins Crestron’s marine division

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Crestron systems have been used on many yachts.

Crestron systems have been used on many yachts.

Dutch yacht entertainment systems make VBH is a partner in Crestron’s new marine division. VBH has been installing Crestron systems on vessels since 2000.

After signing a framework agreement with the EMEA division of Crestron in 2018, VBH is now an official partner in Crestron’s marine division.

“This new development will enable VBH and Crestron to strengthen our yacht support around the globe and share knowledge in a very demanding market,” Jeroen van den Hurk, CEO of VBH, said in a statement. “We both strive to be at the forefront of onboard technology by constantly improving our products and services. This partnership in the marine division will also enable us to offer smart solutions that address the needs of our customers.”

Marine industry veteran Daniel Kerkhof has been installed as the leader of the Crestron Marine Programme, which offers support to shipbuilders, superyacht outfitters and electro-technical officers. He has been involved in several VBH projects in recent years.

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