A tradition of mechanical engineering

Jouhsen Bundgens owes the strong position it holds today to a long and successful tradition. 

Here are some milestones in the company's history:


Foundation of F.W. Bundgens

The company initially specializes in producing machines for the textiles and needle industry. It later goes on to develop technically advanced wire straightening and cutting machines, as well as grinding machines and further systems for wire processing.


Foundation of Jouhsen Machinery Inc.

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


Jouhsen Machinery adds a new line of business

Alongside cold-heading machines, Jouhsen Bundgens now also produces filling systems for infusion solutions. By reliably meeting the exacting requirements of the pharmaceuticals industry, the young company becomes a strong partner to this sector.


Jouhsen Machinery takes over the machine portfolio of F.W. Bundgens

After the merger and takeover of the machine portfolio, Jouhsen Bundgens Inc. now also supplies wire processing machines and filling systems to customers all around the world, thanks to its strong international presence.


Delivery of the first production line for manufacturing atraumatic needles


Foundation of US branch

In Atlanta (Georgia), Jouhsen Bundgens opens a subsidiary for distribution and customer service in North America.


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.


The PrecisionCut MJR is used for large-scale electro fission of cannula tubes.


The 250th PrecisionForm MJ is delivered to an international customer.


Servo-based laser drilling is used to produce atraumatic needles for the first time.

Atraumatic needles can now be produced much quicker.


Jouhsen Bundgens links its production with CAD/CAM systems to automate manufacturing processes.


"Innovation through Research" quality seal

from "Stifterverband für die Deutsche Wissenschaft e.V."


Only provider of bündgens machines

After Jouhsen-bündgens acquires the technical and design property of BM Vertriebs GmbH