M. JÜRGENSEN is a globally leading manufacturer of cylinder liners for medium speed four-stroke engines. Our high-quality products are used primarily in diesel, gas and dual-fuel engines as well as in compressors, but also in plant engineering and the petrochemical industry among others.
One main field of application is propulsion and auxiliary equipment for commercial shipping vessels ranging from high-speed ferries to container ships to cruising vessels as the Queen Mary II. We also produce liners for stationary power stations, locomotive engines, and reciprocating compressors.
A wide range from first-class grey cast iron up to austenitic nodular cast iron
Our clientele consists exclusively of OE-manufacturers, for whom we offer a wide range of dimensions and materials. Moreover, we have conducted fruitful development partnerships with most of our customers for decades. An excellent after-sales performance rounds off our range of services.
State-of-the-art process technologies, excellent service, highly motivated and experienced staff and extremely high standards of quality - this is the basis of our success.
Our excellent quality of service differentiates us from our global competitors, as does our decades of solid expertise in areas such as materials and surface development, which leads to end products of outstanding quality.
Facts & Figures
Annual sales: 35 million EUR (as of 2016)
Employees: approximately 330
Total area: 60,000 m²
Foundry production volume: 23,000 tons
We always strive to provide our customers with the highest degree of satisfaction. To do this we use the best available and economically sensible equipment. Every single employee of M. JÜRGENSEN operates with the utmost sense of responsibility in matters of the environment, occupational safety and product quality.
Intensive training and our organisational resources ensure that at M. JÜRGENSEN quality, environmental and safety requirements are systematically implemented. Regular internal audits provide valuable information that is used in the ongoing optimisation of our management system.