100 YEARS OF VALUE CREATION AND EASY COLLABORATION
It all started with a trip to Cincinnati in the US where, as a young mechanic, Søren Einer Jensen learned about the production of gears and transmissions. When he returned home to Denmark, he came to work for his father Niels Jensen. In 1920, he earned his trade license and the company name became Niels Jensen og Søn ("Niels Jensen and Son"). Since then, the factory has remained family-owned and today is owned by the fourth generation, Søren Fischer Jensen. Over the years, we have had to move twice because production increased and we needed more space.
The gear factory "Niels Jensen og Søn" is started by Niels Jensen and his son Søren Einer Jensen.
Søren Ejner Jensen's son Einer Fischer Jensen started working in the company and later became CEO.
Einer Fischer Jensen's son Søren Fischer Jensen started working in the company and later became CEO.
The rights to make bevel gears are acquired.
The first robot is purchased and installed.
Generational change: Lau Akstrup Jensen takes over as CEO.
Randers Tandhjulsfabrik changes its visual identity and gets a new name.