We master the theory and practice of electrical engineering. We see ourselves not only as your planners, project planners and consultants, but also as solution finders and doers.
We know about the possibilities of a comprehensive digitalization of industrial production 4.0. However, we also know that many medium-sized companies have not yet arrived in industry 3.0, i.e. in automation, due to their size, their structures and their personnel situation.
We are happy to pave the way for these companies into their digital future and accompany them by also taking over the execution of our concepts. On request, we are therefore responsible for the coordination of machine suppliers, the coordination of interfaces and the merging of all plant components involved in the process. In order to make our services sustainable and professional, we rely on companies such as Siemens, Rittal, E-Plan, DDS-CAD and Weidmüller GTI for our partners and suppliers.
Put the future-oriented development and support of your electrotechnical systems in good hands. Ours. We will earn your trust. Because we are perfectionists. We think ahead and consider the perspectives of all trades and persons involved. In order to unite these in an economical and target-oriented way, we are constantly dealing with new trends and developments in electrical engineering.
- Switch cabinet construction & switchgear construction
- Electrical planning & electrical installation
- Commissioning & Installations
- PLC programming
- Power engineering
- Plant acceptances
Christopher Stimpel spent 10 years working for the EGGER Group abroad as an electrical installation manager. Among other things, he was responsible for the complete electrical engineering construction of the EGGER plant in Romania.
The master electrical engineer has been self-employed with CAB since 2017. For the Chamber of Crafts of South Westphalia, he passes on his knowledge to the master students of electrical engineering.
"There is hardly anything in this world that someone cannot make a little worse and sell a little cheaper, and the people who only orient themselves by price become the just prey of such machinations.
It's unwise to pay too much, but it's even worse to pay too little. If you pay too much, you lose some money, that's all.
If, on the other hand, you pay too little, you sometimes lose everything, because the purchased item cannot fulfil its intended purpose.
The law of the economy forbids receiving much value for little money. If you accept the lowest bid, you must add something for the risk you take. And if you do, you'll have enough money to pay for something better."
John Ruskin (English social reformer 1819-1900)