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Facts and Figures

ebm-papst worldwide
Fiscal year 17/18

Group turnover (consalidated)

€ 2,043 million

 

Export share

77%

Expenditures for R&D

€ 109.2 million

Investments

€  143.9 million

Number of employees

15,115

Production sites

27

Sales offices (of which subsidiaries)

48 (41)

Milestones of corporate development

Milestones define the chapters of a company's history and mark its progress. Often, these past milestones have become the cornerstones of wide product lines and an even wider variety of applications.

2018

ebm-papst group exceeds the  2 billion € mark

2017

Factory expansions Germany: logistics center in Hollenbach and production unit in Hagenmoos

2016

AxiBlade sets new standards in ventilation, refrigeration and air-conditioning.

2015

RadiPac pushes the limits of efficiency.

2014

Team partnership with Mercedes AMG PETRONAS Formula 1 team.

2013

ebm-papst takes over the gearbox specialist Zeitlauf and wins the German Sustainability Award.

2011

RadiCal defines a new standard for EC centrifugal fans.

2010

GreenTech – our sign for energy efficiency and resource preservation.

2008

The HyBlade® range of fans sets new efficiency standards.

2003

Change of name to ebm-papst.

1998

Development of first fans with integrated electronics.

1997

Buyout of the Landshut (mvl) plant.

1992

Acquisition of PAPST Motoren GmbH in St. Georgen.

1990

The sixty-millionth external-rotor fan is produced.

1988

Gerhard Sturm is awarded the Federal Cross of Merit.

1972

The first ebm-papst foreign subsidiary is established in Sweden.

1966

ebm-papst’s success takes off with the new 68 motor.

1965

First tubeaxial fan developed in EC/DC technology.

1963

Founding of Elektrobau Mulfingen GmbH & Co. KG by Gerhard Sturm and Heinz Ziehl.

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