The rapid and reliable procurement of spare parts for automation technology is a challenge for companies in the manufacturing industry in many respects. With the sale and repair of components for industrial electronics, we offer your company the opportunity to keep production running in the long term – efficiently, safely, inexpensive and sustainable. Our experience is your advantage. #wekeepyourproductionrunning
jopesch GmbH is a family-run company that has been active since 2013 and consists of a 20-strong team. The global trade in new and used PLC, CNC and drive technology goods as well as the repair of these assemblies are the focus of our business activities. Our goal is to provide a platform that gives the manufacturing industry worldwide access to spare parts for industrial electronics.
You can find us in Germany at 3 different locations:
The core of our company is naturally characterized by resource conservation and sustainability:
Through our entrepreneurial activities, we enable exchange processes, ensure longer-term maintenance of systems and avoid their disposal. Central aspects in this context are the trade with used and obsolete PLC and drive technology as well as the repair and overhaul of components. In addition, we return valuable raw materials to the economic cycle. The metals and plastics resulting from dismantling work are separated and recycled. In this way, we protect the conservation of important raw materials and support the avoidance of environmentally destructive as well as socially irresponsible mining and extraction processes.
Giving back to the communities in which we operate and helping to protect the environment is part of every company’s mission. Our motivation to pay more attention to these issues is driven by the corporate motivation to do good. We have been supporting the German non-profit organization Ingenieure ohne Grenzen for several years. With one euro per order, we support technically oriented development projects in Africa and Southeast Asia. One current project is the expansion of an education center for women in Kenya. Here, the infrastructure for water and energy supply as well as sanitary facilities is being expanded. The project also supports consulting and the design of teaching content to meet local needs and the increasingly noticeable consequences of climate change in the region.