EPB s.r.o. was established in 1993 on the ground of many years of cooperation between two partners in the area of electrical equipment, Mr. Pavel Bedřich and Mr. Jiří Pabouček whose names also inspired the new company’s commercial firm: Electro Pabouček Bedřich, or shortly EPB.
In its very beginning the company carried out its business activities on the premises leased from the Dubno Vocational School and it specialized mainly in the production of switchboards.
Growing demand for the company’s products necessitated the purchase of new business premises found in the central repair shop of electric motors in the uranium mines in Příbram, in a region known as Bytíz-UGL, where the company has been based up to now. Since moving to its new premises, the company has been providing complete implementation of switchboards according to client-submitted documentation. In the course of time it also expanded its services with the repair and sales of electric motors. EPB also became an authorized dealer of Siemens electric motors.
At present the company has 25 employees, all of them having rich experience in the field of switchboards manufacturing and electric motor repairs. The company is proud to enjoy the custom of a respectable list of satisfied customers.
Main Business Activities
- Switchboards production and supplies
- Electric motors repairs
- Complete solutions for electric drives
- Sales of electric motors
List of Selected References
Palace Cinemas, Slavic House, Prague
The reconstruction of the Slavic House, a historically valuable edifice in Prague I, in the year 2000 also required EPB’s deliveries of switchboards.
Delivery of Switchboards for the Globus Hypermarkets
Our complete delivery of switchboards was mediated through Elektro Wahlen, a German company that is a contractual party to the construction of the Globus hypermarket network across Europe.
Ice Hockey Stadium Reconstruction, Pardubice
December 2001 witnessed the gala opening of a modernized sports arena that hosted, immediately upon being introduced to the public, the Junior Ice Hockey World Championship.