Brandtjen and Kluge

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Brandtjen and Kluge
Family owned
Industry Graphic Arts Equipment
Founded St. Paul, Minnesota, United States, 1919
Founder John Brandtjen, Henry Brandtjen Sr., Abel Kluge, and Eneval Kluge
Headquarters St. Croix Falls, Wisconsin, United States
Key people
Henry Brandtjen, Jr.

Brandtjen and Kluge is a US manufacturer of platen foil stamping, embossing & diecutting presses along with modular folder-gluers. Together John and Henry Brandtjen and the Kluge brothers developed the world's first successful automatic feeder for open platen (Gordon) printing presses (such as those manufactured by Chandler & Price), and in November 1919, Brandtjen & Kluge was formed in St. Paul, Minnesota to manufacture and sell the feeder. Brandtjen & Kluge is currently located in St. Croix Falls, Wisconsin.

External links

  • The Kluge Story
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