We are an innovative development and production company specializing in electronic solutions. Our roots go back to 1969, when Carsten B. Svendsen founded the company. See our story by scrolling down.

2020

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The TrapMe department is sold

After several optimizations and the spin-off of the TrapMe department, the company employs 36 people. Corona has left its mark on everyday life, but the company has a record turnover since 2011.

2019

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50th anniversary

The company currently employs 43 people in the development and production of electronics. In addition, with sales of IoT equipment within remote metering solutions for the energy sector, as well as rat traps for the pest industry.

2018

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The entire production is updated with the newest equipment and fixtures

The production areas are undergoing a thorough renovation after a minor fire in the warehouse department. The production gets a huge visual boost and the newest production and technical equipment.

2017

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CB Svendsen makes its best operationg profit since 2011

CB Svendsen makes its best operationg profit since 2011

Optimization and acquisition of new customers gives great performance and results for the year.

2016

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Business optimization round begins

Business optimization round begins

Process and business optimization begins in several areas of the company. In addition, new initiatives are being added to strengthen operations.

2016

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TrapMe department established

Acquisition of IP rights for electronic rat trap with a sales department in Jutland. 
 

2016

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Århus department established

Embedded software department.

2016

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Jakob og Martin takes over CB Svendsen, Carsten retires

The company employs 43 people.

2015

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Acquisition of I-No Aps’ activities – Activities sold under the name SpectraNord

SpectraNord is engaged on development, production and sale of LED lighting and management systems branded on its own name – Closed in 2018.
 

2012

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Jakob and Martin each take over 20% of CB Svendsen

The company employs 45 people after adjustment through the financial crisis.

2009

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Carsten Svendsen purchases building nr. 24 – CBS 24 ApS

The companies total area constitutes 3400 m2.

2008

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Highest employee number

Highest employee number

60 employees with a turnover of DKK 84 million. 85% of sales are customer-specific electronic solutions and the rest are own products.

2007

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Acquisition of Stratega

The department develops and produces customer-specific electronic products.

2004

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Acquisition of Powerlab

The department develops and produces customer-specific power supplies.

1999

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Acquisition of Instrulog

Instrulog supplies the company with a product program within electronic timers for compressors. The company has 50 employees.

1995

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Acquisition of Ultraprint – change of name to CB Ultraprint

CB Ultraprint has a procution of PCB in Hvidovre. CB Ultraprint closed in 2005 due to competition from abroad.

1994

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Remote Metering – Acquisition of department from Sofus Berendsen

Remote Metering – Acquisition of department from Sofus Berendsen

THe department is engaged on development, production and sale of remote metering equipment. The department is still very active. The company employs 34 people.

1993

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Q8 service department

Q8 service- department

The company is ordered to develop and produce the payment system for Q8’s quick tank and the quick wash, as well as electronic pricing signs. A service department was established with 10 employees throughout the country.  The department closed down in 2010 due to changes in purchasing agreement.

1989

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The department CB Medico established

The department is engaged with production and sale of own products within therapeutic lasers. A sales department is established in England. CB Svendsen now employs 30 people in the development and production of electronic equipment. CB Medico closes in 1993.

1988

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Start of Doro Danmark

KTAS’ monopoly on telephone and switchboards is abolished. Doro Denmark sold in 1993.

1988

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Carsten Svendsen purchases building 22

1988

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Acquisition of Daytronic

The company expands with the development and production of customer-specific power supplies and sales of its own product range. The company now consists of 18 employees.

1983

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The company is expanding with computer-based print layout software (CAD/CAM)

The company is expanding with computer-based print layout software (CAD/CAM)

The company now employs 12 people in the development and production of customer-specific electronics solutions. The company establishes cooperation in Taiwan in order to meet the growing need for competitive volume productions.

1981

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Acquisition of Danaid

The company expands with the development and production of power supplies and regulation of runway and taxi lights for airports. Danaid sold in 1997.

1979

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CB Svendsen moves to Kirke Værløsevej

It began with 180 m2 on the 1st floor, short after expanding to the two buildings that the company has today.

1976

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CB Svendsen moves to Smørum

The company has now 7 employees + 15 part-time monitrices for  cable and circuit assembly.

1976

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Change of name to CB Svendsen A/S

CBS Electronic may change its name due to CBS Canadian Broadcasting Systems objecting to the use of the name CBS.

1973

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CBS Electronics moves to Tårstrup, Blåkildecentret

CBS Electronics moves to Tårstrup, Blåkilde-centret

The company has now 3 employees.

1. august 1969

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Carsten B. Svendsen establishes CBS Electronics

One-man business in the basement at parents place. Later the company moved to Gothersgade 17, Kbh K. (an old horse stable). The company is engaged in the production of printed circuits and serigraphy on front plates, electronic timers and photocells.