JAKOB THALER GMBH KABELVERLEGE- UND SPULMASCHINENFABRIK

Germany

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JAKOB THALER GMBH KABELVERLEGE- UND SPULMASCHINENFABRIK
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In 1964, Jakob Thaler, a south Tyrolean, brought the idea of mechanical cable laying to northern Germany. His extensive experience led to the development of a wide range of products. Beginning with production of the "Cable Dog" cable pushing device, the range quickly expanded to include cable winches and cable trolleys. Further products such as cable rewinding systems were added. Over time, special machinery for certain operational processes have been developed from standard production. Our decades of experience means we always have our finger on the pulse of product development. The current range of Thaler products represents state-of-the-art technology and conforms to the regulations of the cable industry, telecommunications and energy supply companies. With employees on site round the clock, the company can respond to and fulfil special requests.

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  • Company headcount
    11 – 50

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  • Year established
    1964
  • Site status
    Registered office – Parent company
  • Main activity
    Manufacturer/ Producer

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Keywords associated with this company

  • Construction machinery
  • Blow-in technology for cables and microtubes
  • Blow-in systems for cables & microtubes
  • Cable blow-in systems
  • Blow-in equipment
  • Blow-in equipment for micro- and mini-cables
  • Blow-in equipment for standard fibre optic cables and microtubes
  • Blow-in recording equipment
  • Blow-in accessories
  • Fibre optic cable laying