Social Media

An overview of our most important channels.

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Facebook is the largest social network in the World Wide Web.

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YouTube is a video sharing website.


Twitter is a blogging platform on which private individuals, companies, opinion makers and journalists can spread messages with a maximum of 140 characters.


LinkedIn is the best-known business network. Here, individual persons can make or maintain business contacts and companies can present themselves.

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Instagram, a community of more than 300 million who capture and share the world's moments on the service.

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An overview of our Social Media activities.

Notable posts from ebm-papst Social Media

Information and videos you see here are examples from various ebm-papst posts, derived from all platforms.

ebm-papst Inc. named the winner of the “Heaviest Haul” competition for business category in the 19th Annual Farmington Town Wide Clean-up 2016

The town-sponsored event in Farmington, CT spanned a full week and participants, teams and individuals, together collected over 5,000 pounds of refuse as weighed by the town on 4/30/16. In under 3 hours, the ebm-papst team of 6 volunteers contributed to the collection with 382 pounds of trash and recyclables. We found enough recyclable bottles and cans to completely fill a 95 gallon bin, plus tires, scrap metal, and lots of trash. Our haul was collected at two locations: The Farmington River near the Rails to Trails trestle, and along Hyde Road between Rt. 6 and the ebm-papst buildings.

ebm-papst has been conducting its own clean-ups in Farmington during the month of June from 2012 through 2014 as part of our GreenWeek activities. GreenWeek is a series of environmentally friendly events that all ebm-papst locations around the globe are encouraged to participate in each year. Phil Hartman, Sr. Director of Marketing at ebm-papst, has participated in all of ebm-papst’s clean-up events. “While it was great to win the business competition in our first official year in the town clean-up, our goal since 2012 has been to be a good corporate neighbor and to make a positive environmental impact. When we learned about the town-sponsored event in 2015 after it had already passed, we decided to move our clean-up efforts to April 2016 to align with the town event. April is actually better than June for two reasons – the foliage is less dense so garbage is more visible especially near the river, and the temperature is cooler for volunteers. These clean-ups are always an adventure and you never know what you’re going to find! Trash is an ongoing problem everywhere and we expect more to be waiting for us in 2017.”

This year’s ebm-papst volunteers hailed from the Customer Relations, Application Engineering, and Marketing teams - Amy Kanachovski, Debra Crowe, Kazia Murphy, Kyle Wills, Owen Butler, and Phil Hartman. Congratulations ebm-papst team!!

ebm-papst garbage clean up date / location General results
2016 - Farmington, CT River / Hyde Rd. Farmington Industrial Park382 lbs - Won "Business Category" for "Heaviest Haul" competition from town of Farmington
2014 - Farmington, CT River 50 lbs of trash - recyclable bottles & cans / 40 lbs of scrap metal
2013 - 100 & 110 Hyde Rd. properties Farmington, CT 77 plastic bottles, 65 aluminum cans, 37 glass bottles, 6 tires, various Styrofoam items and other trash - amounting to roughly 215 trees saved!
2012 - Farmington, CT River 1st trash clean up - 5 bags of trash with tires and road cones collected

Images from this years 2016 garbage clean-up!

Images from past years 2012 - 2014 garbage clean-ups!

Scandlines saves 2 million kWh a year with ebm-papst EC fans

Scandlines has achieved energy savings of two million kWh/yr by switching to energy-saving EC fans from ebm-papst on the hybrid ferry Rødby-Puttgarden. The majority of the savings come from the car deck with an innovative solution designed by ebm-papst.