Backed by more than experience – enthusiasm for efficient electrical motion
Driven by their enthusiasm for the performance of electric motors, the two managing directors
Dr Thomas Leiber and Nico Windecker founded the company CPM Compact Power Motors GmbH in March 2008. Their conviction is to provide customers with the smallest and most efficient drive solution by offering leading-edge products and expert development advice.
Emerging from the discoveries of a successful think tank, which has been considerably driving forward the electrification of vehicles for ten years, CPM develops unique electrical drives, which feature remarkable efficiency and compactness, as well as outstanding force and power density.
Developed and tested for automotive applications and "Made in Germany", our products meet the highest demands for quality and reliability.
Our customers include innovative vehicle manufacturers, such as the winner of the German prize for company founders, a reputable producer of electric boat engines as well as manufacturers of new E-bikes. They all put their trust in our strong network of experienced cooperation partners in development and production, which makes us fast, flexible and reliable.
We are a top team made up of innovative inventors, specialists for the design and control of motors plus production and international marketing. What brings us all together is the belief in a change, an electric drive on vehicles and a huge improvement in the efficiency of drives across the industrial sector. Because drives in both vehicles as well as in industrial equipment and other applications are responsible for a large share of energy consumption worldwide. The need for efficient electrical drives that are as small and light as possible, as well as for comprehensive expertise in all things relating to control and product integration, is growing accordingly. We believe that we are making a significant contribution towards energy savings by developing efficient drives.
Another success factor is our solid capital base from technology-oriented investors, plus the support of a renowned research institute.