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JULABO USA Celebrates 20 Years in the U.S.A.
Date:9/26/2013

Allentown, PA (PRWEB) September 26, 2013

JULABO USA celebrates 20 years of sales and service in the United States. The Juchheim family-owned business is dedicated to providing highly precise temperature control instrumentation for science, research and industry.

Over 80 years ago, the origins of the Juchheim family business began in 1926 when Ernst Juchheim invented the world’s first glass contact thermometer with a variable temperature adjustment and patented it a year later in Germany. Gerhard Juchheim founded JULABO GmbH in 1967 and has continued to advance into a global leader in liquid temperature control technology. The temperature control company continues to remain the Juchheim family-owned business to this day.

In 1993, JULABO USA opened in Kutztown, Pennsylvania with just 3 employees. This introduced the beginning of rapid growth for the company, followed by many other international subsidiaries. Ralph Juchheim, President, has successfully managed the business in the United States over the past two decades. From this office JULABO services its customers in the US, Canada and Puerto Rico. In 2007, Markus Juchheim joined the family business as the co-managing director of JULABO GmbH.

The North American temperature control specialists are dedicated to establishing JULABO USA as a leader in the Constant Temperature Circulator and Water Bath industry. JULABO USA continues to set high standards with innovative, reliable and high-performing temperature control products.

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