Machine engineering with a long tradition

Jouhsen Bundgens Inc. owes the strong position it holds today to a long and successful tradition. Here are some milestones in the company's history:

1864: Foundation of F.W. Bundgens
The company initially specialises in producing machines for the textiles and needle industry. In the course of the following decades the company develops technically advanced wire straightening and cutting machines.

Jouhsen staff in front of the old factory
Insight into the old production hall

1982: Foundation of Jouhsen Machinery Inc.
Hubert Jouhsen develops innovative cold heading machines and launches Jouhsen Machinery Inc. These machines offer a range of cutting-edge possibilities for the electronic and electrical industry.

1987: Filling systems: Jouhsen Machinery adds a new line of business
The company produces filling systems for infusion solutions and meets the exacting requirements of the pharmaceuticals industry reliably. It becomes a strong partner of this sector.

1991: Jouhsen Machinery takes over the machine portfolio of F.W. Bündgens
After the merger and takeover of the machine portfolio, Jouhsen-bündgens Inc. capitalizes on a strong international presence to supply wire processing machines and filling systems to customers all around the world.

1999: Foundation of US branch
In Atlanta (Georgia) Jouhsen Bundgens opens a subsidiary for distribution and customer service in North America.

2001: Production of special wire processing machinery for the medical equipment industry
Since the start of the new millennium Jouhsen Bundgens has been producing fast and high-precision wire processing machines for manufacturing cannulae, lancets and catheters.