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Jura Espresso Machines History

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Keeping Pace With Changing Times

Since 1931, the Swiss company JURA Elektroapparate AG has been developing innovative high-end household appliances.

As a pioneer in the field of automatic espresso/coffee machines JURA has been a main contributor to the household appliance sector since the middle of the 1980s. Now, the company uses its experience and know-how for the development of semi-professional appliances for the office and foodservice sector.

The traditional Swiss brand has now become a global player. The main office of the company is located in Niederbuchsiten, Switzerland. JURA has branches in Germany, Austria, Spain and the Netherlands. In many parts of the world the company is entering the market closely cooperating with distributors including USA and Canada.

JURA Elektroapparate AG was founded in 1931 by Leo Henzirohs in the Swiss town of Niederbuchsiten (Canton Solothurn). Niederbuchsiten, still the company headquarters today, is located at the southern end of the Jura mountains, and it is these mountains that have given the company its name.

As you see, the brandname JURA comes from the range of mountains at the foot of which the factory was built.
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