Processes Through the years, Jorgensen has designed and delivered several SCM/evaporated plants to customers all over the world. Jorgensen's know how and high focus on sterilization of the cans and lids before filling ensures a quality product with a long shelf life.
Jorgensen Engineering develops, produces, and markets equipment and complete packaging handling systems for the food, pet food and health care industries. See our range of products.
Jorgensen Engineering in numbers:
Annual turnover of approx. 40 million €
Project know-how since 1933
An engineering capacity of more than 30 engineers
OUR MISSION We are a customer oriented company, and through competent, flexible and creative employees we create innovative and profitable solutions.
OUR VISION We want to be the leading brand and the preferred partner for complete plants within packaging handling — primarily for the food industry. We want to be an attractive workplace, which attracts and retains competent and dedicated employees.
BENEFITS FROM WORKING WITH US
User driven innovation
Focus on results and keeping promises
A dedicated, customer oriented approach
Documented experience since 1933
Focus on project management
Flat organization with informal and quick-decision culture
OUR HISTORY — FROM FORGE TO TURNKEY SUPPLIER
1933: Bøg Jørgensens Maskinfabrik (Jorgensen Engineering) is founded by Rasmus Bøg Jørgensen and the core business is fruit & vegetable processing equipment
1955: Paul Bøg Jørgensen, son of Rasmus Bøg, is taking over the management
1960: The company expands and moves to new premises on Svendborgvej, Hjallese
1970: New business era is starting up with focus on conveying and retort handling systems
1972: The Irish subsidiary “Little Island Engineering” is established
1975: The Australian subsidiary “Tripax Engineering” is acquired
1982: New company name is introduced: Jorgensen Engineering a/s
2006: The leading washing handling specialist “brüel international a/s” is acquired
2010: Subsidiary Little Island Eng. is sold
2011: After more than 50 years Jorgensen moves to a new and contemporary domicile in the business area Tietgen Byen in Odense