The sailboat hardware market and the architectural rigging market are worlds apart, but in Australia they’re both dominated by one powerhouse player. Ronstan’s end-to-end design, manufacture and distribution operation has grown to become the only serious competitor.
Our head office in Melbourne, Australia is home to our state-of-the-art design and manufacturing facilities, and our advanced warehousing and global distribution system.
Internationally, we’re one of the top three sailboat hardware brands in the world, instantly recognised and respected in 45 countries. Our passionate team has worked tirelessly to develop export markets, establishing manufacturing facilities in Denmark and Indonesia and sales offices and distribution facilities in the United States – all the while building strong relationships with our distribution partners around the world.
We believe that we owe much of our success to our close ties with yacht racing’s elite competitors. The challenge of producing high-end, innovative hardware to satisfy the extreme demands of racing conditions has led to many of the technical breakthroughs that have put us on top. We continue to actively participate in the promotion of sailing, both for pleasure and competition, and many of our staff are active sailors themselves. Speak to any one of our management team, who jointly own the company, and you’ll realise that we seriously love what we’re doing.
With years of experience in the architectural sector we have established a strong reputation in this market as well, and the results speak for themselves. If an Australian architect thinks tensile architecture for a showcase project, they think Ronstan. We’re the number one player. Our products and services have also been receiving international acclaim, recently featuring prominently in high-profile projects in such diverse locations as Kuala Lumpur’s International Airport , Beijing’s Bank of China building and the Baltimore Footbridge, as well as Sydney’s Star City casino.
As Ronstan continues to gather momentum, both within Australia and globally, two things are for sure: