The motorhome and caravan manufacturer HYMER from Bad Waldsee in southern Germany has scooped another prestigious award. The Hymermobil B-Class PremiumLine 544 received the "Motor Caravan Design Award 2015" in the category "Integrated Motorhomes under £90,000". This year saw the Caravan Club present its 16th Motor Caravan Design Awards at the Caravan, Camping & Motorhome Show, which takes place every February in Birmingham. Founded in 1907, the Caravan Club is the UK's national caravan and motorhome organisation with a current membership of around 1 million. An independent jury consisting of club members and specialist journalists judged the vehicles according to various technical and aesthetic criteria such as appearance and vehicle design. Managing Director of HYMER Jörg Reithmeier and his team are delighted with the award: "This prize impressively demonstrates our expertise in terms of the conception and design of our vehicles and endorses the Hymermobil B-Class PremiumLine once again as a highly exclusive and trendsetting top model." He has every reason to be proud: this latest award is the second in succession to be presented to the premium manufacturer from Bad Waldsee by a renowned British jury of experts. At the beginning of the year, the HYMER DuoMobil achieved an excellent second place in the "Motorhome Awards 2015". "This shows that we are now in a strong international position too, and are able to cater to all markets with suitable high-quality and competitive products that meet the specific requirements and conditions of the countries concerned", says Jörg Reithmeier.
Hymer GmbH & Co. KG
HYMER is the name in premium motorhomes and caravans made in Germany and is also the European market leader. The four divisions HYMER Motorhomes, ERIBA Caravans, HYMER Original Parts and Accessories and HYMERCAR are the pillars of the company. HYMER currently employs over 1,000 people at its headquarters in Bad Waldsee. HYMER's success story began a good 50 years ago.
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