JAGEMANN STAMPING COMPANY CELEBRATES 70TH ANNIVERSARY
MANITOWOC, Wis. – November 1, 2016 marks the 70th year Jagemann Stamping Company has been in business. As a 3rd generation, family-run business, 70 years as a tier 2 automotive supplier is an event worth celebrating.
Jagemann Stamping was founding in 1946 by current CEO Tom Jagemann’s Grandfather, William P Jagemann. His son, William T Jagemann took over the reigns of the company in 1980. Under his leadership, the company moved into more automated processes. Learn more about the automation introduced into the company here. https://youtu.be/z1K5MqHs1Zw In 1995, the founder’s grandson, Tom Jagemann took the role of CEO. Tom continued to diversify the company and made an entrance into the sporting components market. The company also moved into a state-of-the-art facility in 2000 and completed an expansion to that facility in 2015. The company also opened a location in Murfreesboro, TN providing insert- and over-molding capabilities serving a variety of industries.
In its seventy years, Jagemann has been a proud supporter of the community of Manitowoc, WI working with the local high schools, partnering with the local technical college and supporting various organizations and events benefitting the community. Jagemann has been a long-time employer on the Lakeshore Community.
According to company CEO, Tom Jagemann, “The key differentiator in business today is people. And, without our committed, skilled people, we would not have achieved this milestone. We are excited about the future growth and path of the company.”
Jagemann Stamping employees celebrated with a summer picnic and commemorative gifts.