Electrical installation refers to the erection of electrical systems with low voltage. Electrical installation is a common trade and an important subtask in the construction of buildings. Electrical installation technology companies supply the necessary equipment and materials. Here are the 3 largest German companies dealing with electrical installation technology.
These are also part of our list of the top 200 electrical engineering companies in Germany.
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1st place: Siemens AG, Munich/Berlin: 86.8 billion euros (2019)
Siemens is a global company that offers an unmanageable number of products, solutions, and systems in the fields of technology and electrical engineering. With approximately 385,000 employees, 125 locations in Germany alone, and a presence in 190 countries around the world, Siemens is a true heavyweight and a global player.
Electrical installation technology is only a small business segment. One example of Siemen’s offerings here are systems for low-voltage power distribution. They enable seamless connection of power distribution to automation and energy management systems, which are important for networked building operation and for flexible power distribution.
2nd place: Hager SE, Blieskastel: 2 billion euros turnover (2019)
Hager SE is an owner-managed family business that was founded in 1995 in Blieskastel in the Saarland. It operates on the market as the Hager Group. The company is focused entirely on electrical installations in residential, industrial and commercial properties.
With approx. 11,500 employees, Hager manufactures at 22 locations in 10 countries and sells electrical installation technology worldwide. The product range comprises four divisions: Energy distribution and meter panel systems, cable management and room connection systems, security systems, switch ranges, and building control. They also cooperate with Audi in the field of electric mobility.
3rd place: Busch-Jaeger Elektro GmbH, Lüdenscheid: 475 million euros (2019)
Busch-Jaeger Elektro is part of the Swedish-Swiss power and automation technology group ABB (Asea Brown Boveri) and has been in existence since 1879. The production of parts for electrical installations forms the company business model. The product range comprises approx. 6,000 different products.
Busch-Jaeger supplies classic switches, sockets, plug devices, dimmers or motion detectors, but also stands for smart home solutions, and networked building technology. Production locations are Lüdenscheid and Bad Berleburg-Aue. Busch Jager employs around 1,300 people and exports its products to more than 60 countries.
Picture source: Anastasia Zhenina
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