Founding of the company "Iron Foundry, Glass Forming and Glass Press Factory Jungrichter & Ringel" by Friedrich Wilhelm Melz, Heinrich Gustav Jungrichter, Ernst Friedrich Emil Ringel. First location: Bahnhofstr. 14, Radeberg.
After over the years, all company founders excreted took over August Paul Wendschuh
(Brother-in-law of Jungrichter) the company management.
Die Produktion wurde erweitert auf Glaspressen, Formenbedieneinrichtungen, Kokssiebmaschinen.
Dismantling of important machine tools by the Soviet occupying power as reparations payments.
Resumption of operation, initially with the production of sluice covers, axles for horse-drawn vehicles, water pumps, manhole covers.
Transition into trusteeship of the state of Saxony.
Again owner August Paul Wendschuh.
Takeover by the heirs of M. Wendschuh, Büttner and Heinrich.
From 01.01. The sale of shares to Investbank Berlin will continue the operation with state participation. Particularly high achievements reached the enterprise between 1964-1966, u.a. with the production of full hub brake drums for the "MZ Werke Zschopau".
With the change into the national property the enterprise received the name "VEB Gießerei und Glasformenbau Radeberg".
Merger with the former companies "Arndt und Endler" and "A. Geissler KG".
Spin-off and re-privatization on 31.01.1992 by the heirs of Unger, newly founded company "Jungrichter & Ringel Glasformenbau Radeberg OHG"
Management by Dr. Ing. Bernd Unger.
Transformation into "Jungrichter & Ringel Glasformenbau GmbH (ltd.).
Management by Mrs. Susann Fritzsche (born Unger).
Extension of the product range by machining bronze.
Investment in new machinery (turning / milling)
certifcated by DIN EN ISO 9001.
Investment in new machinery (turning / milling).
Investment in new engraving technology and 3 new CNC lathes.