A vital cog in the cruise interiors supply chain-machine, stone, wood, and glass suppliers are used to fulfilling the grand requirements of major cruise lines. From durable cabin windows to elegant tabletops and sustainable wood floorings, these suppliers know what their cruise industry clients require.
ADCO Glass International
Specializing in elastic glass bonding, ADCO Glass International carries out projects around the globe with its team of skilled craftsmen. Based in Germany, ADCO has been operating in the marine industry for more than 20 years and is one of the industry’s leading glass suppliers, beginning with consultant work for shipyards. Today, the team is made up of 12 permanent employees and 14 freelancers who pride themselves on providing high-quality work and vast technical knowledge.
Since 1996 ADCO has provided glazing to numerous cruise ships, including Royal Caribbean’s Radiance of the Seas and Serenade of the Seas, and AIDA Cruises’ AIDAaura (pictured).
Brombach + Gess
Brombach + Gess has been a specialist in glass bonding technology in industrial shipbuilding for over 30 years and implements demanding projects in glass on ocean and river cruise ships, according to the customer’s needs. Continuous, frameless glass surfaces make elegant and transparent construction forms possible. For a ship, on which space is a valuable commodity, frameless glass projects the illusion of more space and an unbounded view of the passing panorama. Brombach + Gess offers an extensive portfolio, like windscreen and balustrade solutions, glass sliding roof, frameless sliding windows, skylights, fire-rated glasses and more.
At the expo Brombach + Gess will be presenting an exhibit of a new development, the Loggia-Cabin Window System. This provides an interesting alternative to the classic balcony of a passenger cabin and extends the private cabin area by the size of the balcony. The cabin is closed by a floor-deep, horizontally divided panoramic glass front. This new development provides an “infinite-feeling” and thus creates a new and innovative cabin category.
Founded in Carrara, Italy in 1946, Elle Marmi is a family-owned business specializing in stone processing, from marble to granite to limestone. Built on the ethos of quality workmanship, authentic Italian design, and innovation, Elle Marmi was one of the first European members to join the Marble Institute of America and has since carried out operations across the globe.
With the ability to supply any material through all types of workmanship, Elle Marmi furnishes consultancy both to architects and constructors. Working with a team of specialized installers and supervisors, Elle Marmi can coordinate installation seamlessly.
Galaxy Glass & Stone
Established in 1977, Galaxy Glass & Stone’s 41-year history spans some of the most exciting projects for the best-known names in 20th and 21st-century architecture. Galaxy manufactures its premium architectural decorative glass exclusively in the USA for commercial and residential application.
Pictured is Galaxy Glass & Stone’s 6mm Galaxy® 13486, in situ on a currently confidential project.
Marine giant Pfleiderer is one of the leading wood panel manufacturers in Europe, with an impressive employee-count of 3,600. With headquarters in Poland and Germany, Pfleiderer offers a complete range of products and services on a worldwide scale.
Most recently Pfleiderer provided decking for Hurtigruten’s Roald Amundsen expedition ship, although their work (including furniture, interior fittings, and more) can be found on a range of contemporary cruise ships, including NCL Bliss, TUI Mein Schiff 1, Norwegian Joy, and Seabourn Encore, to name a few.
Among their many services and products, Somec is known for providing creative marine glazing solutions. With 30 years+ experience in the industry, Somec is able to develop innovative products to suit each customer’s unique requirement. From glorious skylights to balconies and wheelhouses, Somec is able to design, manufacture, and install its glassworks across even the most demanding projects.
Working at Chantiers de l’Atlantique (then STX France), Somec has been providing innovative glazing solutions to Celebrity Cruises’ new Edge-class ships.