The roots of the company go back to 1948 when late Fred Cremer invented and developed the first ever mechanised counting machine for the Dutch flower bulb growers. This electro-mechanical marvel started a revolution in the flower bulb industry that rapidly led to a tremendous increase of workflow, sales and export and reduced the amount of manual labour significantly.
Smartly using his success to invest in his recently opened business, Cremer went on developing other innovations. This led to a whole range of specialised machines and equipment for the processing of flower bulbs; from conveyor belts to complete packaging lines.
Today, Cremer is still the number one innovator and manufacturer of counting and packaging systems for the international flower bulb sector; quite recently we expanded our activities to arable farming and horticulture. At an increasing rate, counting by the piece is now proving its practical and economical use for many of nature’s products like potatoes, onions, sprouts and even the tiniest of seeds.