2000 - 2009

Marius-Quintus Jäger

The Next Millennium

 

Marius-Quintus Jäger joined company management at Arnold Jäger Holding in 2002 and assumed responsibility for all central services of the Jaeger Group of Companies.

 

Due to structural changes in the German agricultural machinery industry at the end of the 90s, the company Windgassen in Paderborn, at that time a customer of Artemis for agricultural machine belts and competitor for crop conveyor systems, joined the Jaeger Group of Companies in 2003. Today Windgassen specializes in delivery of replacement conveyors and drive components for potato and vegetable harvesters to the agricultural machinery trade and major end users.

Jaeger Rubber & Plastics Ltd. in Shenzhen

The rapid industrialization of China opens a major future market for Jaeger products, especially in wastewater technology. Establishment of the Jaeger Rubber & Plastics Ltd. in Shenzhen, China, opened up local production and expansion of a nationwide sales organization. The Jaeger Group of Companies supplements this basis by the import of rubber molded parts produced by Chinese suppliers.

New focus on target groups

Gummi-Jäger in Transition

 

In 2007, three independent companies were spun off from Gummi-Jäger. Customer proximity through locations across Germany is maintained and the focus on target groups is rigorously pursued.

 

Jäger Gummi und Kunststoff concentrates on the classical customers in the areas mechanical engineering, electrotechnology and chemistry as it strengthens its competence as supplier for wind energy and solar technology. In addition to technical consultation and product development, logistics have been expanded.

 

Jäger Automobil-Technik consolidates all activities to supply the automotive industry. Particular emphasis is placed on direct rubber-plastic bonding.

 

Jäger Umwelt-Technik expands the successful business with ventilation systems for community and industrial wastewater treatment. The primary focus of these activities is China.

 

The new corporate design supports this structural change and makes it optically visible to the outside world.