Jungbecker is an established supplier for electromechanical elements, which are being used in the electronic and automotive industries. Jungbecker began with the production of tube sockets from pressed bakelite reaching to the most modern hybrid elements from stamped frames, moulded into plastics.
As precision moulded and embossed parts we offer micro structured special optics for louvers, automotive and aerospace. The internal R&D and construction teams manage all different kinds of developments. As a internationally operating business, we operate with globally valid quality standards.
In tight partnership with our clients and customers, we develop solutions and products in electro mechanics and optics. Our innovation is our strength.
|2016||General Manager Marc-Philip Rumpff joins the company|
|2014||Development of three-dimensional, variotherm-operated hot stamping tools|
|2013||Development of an injection molding process for thick-walled optics|
|2011||First development of LED-powered areal optics|
|2010||Development of optical silicone lenses on transparent substrates|
|2008||New technology: hybrid components with electronics and sensors molded with plastic|
|2001||Production of first big size optical sheet|
|2000||Foundation of Subsidiary Jungbecker Lithuania|
|2000||Foundation of Subsidiary Jungbecker Sdn in Malaysia|
|1998||Introduction of automotive parts production|
|1996||Entrance of General Manager Dr. Andreas Hesse|
|1989||Foundation of subsidiary in Izegem/Belgium|
|1985||Construction of tooling and stamping|
|1981||Ursula Jungbecker taking over as CEO|
|1975||Conversion into a Limited Liability Corporation|
|1960||Start of the use of modern injection moulding technology|
|1946||Move into the new production facilities|
|1945||Foundation of the company by Karl Jungbecker as a producer of pressed products and tube sockets for consumer electronics|