Brothers Company was founded in 1882 in Milwaukee Wisconsin
as a manufacturer of heavy machinery by Adolph and Rudolph Logemann.
During these formative years Logemann manufactured, label cutting
presses, leather presses, shaft straighteners, tumbling mills,
hide stamping machines, and other equipment for a variety of
1904 Logemann invented the first toggle type baling press complete
with a wooden box. This same year Logemann applied for patents
for the first hydraulic type paper baler. A hydraulic triplex
pump was added in 1909 and one year later the first hydraulic
scrap metal balers known as our Models 10P and larger 11P were
manufactured. Finally, the first triple compression scrap metal
baler was built in 1935 to handle growing demand for large volume
manufacturing scrap processing systems.
1905 Logemann has continued to produce cutting edge baling presses
for numerous standard and custom applications including waste
paper, metal, cotton and other fibers.
out why many of the worlds largest corporations have been relying
on Logemann’s quality construction equipment for decades.