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[Translate to English:] Bundesbester Azubi 2015
14.12.2015 |

When Max Eske got the invitation to come to Berlin together with his trainer Achim Harmes for the decoration of the best trainee on federal level, he was very proud and excited. At last on 14th December 2015 he should be honoured together with 230 best trainees by the DIHK – “Dachorganisation aller IHKs” (parent organisation of all chambers of commerce) for their excellent exams supported by the DIHK president Prof. Dr. Eric Schweizer, the national minister of justice Heiko Maas and the presenter Barbara Schöneberg (popular moderator in Germany). The reason for this decoration was that no other graduate as cable manufacturing mechanic on federal level reached the total result of 100%.

04.11.2015 |

Apart from simple temperature measurements in various fields of application and industries today, not only temperature changes can be measured and controlled via sensors but also changes of varied materials and systems. It should be noted that non-electrical signals need to be converted into electrical signals by means of uniform signals or field busses.

[Translate to English:] Bundesbester Azubi 2014
05.10.2015 |

Andreas Frescher, A-level graduate of Clara-Schumann grammar school Dülken and since 2012 apprentice for cable production mechanic with SAB Bröckskes GmbH & Co. KG in Viersen-Süchteln, has been invited this year to the nation's "Honouring the Best"-event of the Chamber of Industry and Commerce.

22.09.2015 |

As expert for special solutions SAB Bröckskes looks back on decades of experience in Cable manufacturing. Ever SAB product combines the know how of the most different industrial fields. The medium-sized family business presents now new products with GL and DNV type approval and enlarges herewith its cable range for ship and offshore applications.

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