The Holder converted into an electric tractor is not only a perfect example of driving pleasure through electric mobility, but is also the driving force behind our company. As every year, company founder Dirk Lehmann took his diesel-sooty tractor with him to the traditional Scharmbeck harvest festival in front of a group of countrywomen. In 2014, the ladies with the exhaust gas wafting around them declared war on the tractor - dirt, stench and noise could no longer be tolerated. Of course, Lehmann took the complaints of the countrywomen seriously and decided to convert his traditional Holder (built in 1958) to electric drive with the help of like-minded people. Since then, one of the world's first electric tractors has been leading the Scharmbeck harvest festival year after year, and an idea became a business model with the founding of eCap.