In 1979, Brian and Ruth founded Jennerjahn Machine. Their dining room table became a drafting board where Brian designed the machines and their garage a small machine shop for fabricating parts. Together, they shared in all of the struggles and victories in building Jennerjahn Machine into the successful company that we all know today.

In 1993, his son Chris returned to the family business. In the mid 2000’s preparations began for preparing Chris and the company’s transition to the 2nd generation. In 2011 Chris and his wife Kristie purchased the company from his dad and mom.

Jennerjahn Machine employs 42 individuals including; mechanical and electrical engineers, assembly and maintenance technicians, machinists, electricians and a full administrative and support staff.

Sadly, Brian passed away due to an extended illness in 2016. Together we will stay strong, along with Chris as he continues to honor his father by upholding the integrity and values of the family business his father built.

Over the past 38 years, the company has grown from its humble beginnings to an internationally respected company with installations in 6 continents and 21 countries.