CTS Composite Technology Systems GmbH is your partner for fiber composites. We offer complex constructions and grating systems made of GRP (glass fiber reinforced plastic). Most boats are made of GRP - Why not your dock systems as well? In today's world, most recreational boats are made of fiber composites. This construction method has a significant advantage, namely the high strength of the material with low weight. GRP is seawater-resistant, robust and maintenance-free. These positive properties come into play not only in the construction of new sports boats, but also in the refurbishment of old, dilapidated jetties from the North Sea to the Baltic and in inland waters. Fiber composites are ideally suited for use in the maritime sector. With a proven track record in the construction of GRP jetties, our team brings decades of experience and achieves outstanding results. Set your marina or sports facility apart from the rest by using fiberglass reinforced plastic (FRP). Give your marina an incomparable appearance that is modern, durable and requires no maintenance. Our experts will be happy to advise you extensively on all possibilities. A complete jetty made of GRP (glass-fiber reinforced plastic) is the most modern, longest-lasting and maintenance-free solution in hydraulic engineering. GRP offers numerous advantages over traditional materials such as wood, steel and concrete: it is lightweight, easy to machine and install, extremely corrosion resistant and requires minimal maintenance. GRP jetties offer excellent stability and extreme stability even in extreme weather conditions and corresponding wave action. These outstanding properties make complete GRP jetties the preferred choice for many ports around the world. GRP railings are also becoming increasingly popular with port owners offer many advantages. These systems are seawater resistant, corrosion free, low maintenance, cost effective and easy to install. They add a modern as well as elegant look to any harbor while increasing safety. They can be designed as either spar or fill bar railings.