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Tolerance minimizing Precision maximize - since 1984

The Company

Our philosophy

  • Combining tradition and experience with advanced order handling and processing
  • Keeping a fair and trustful relationship with our customers as partners

These objectives have always represented our company philosophy.

Long years' experience in handling and processing nonferrous metals form a sound basis for our work. Computer-assisted order processing and stockkeeping enable swift handling of orders with a minimum of paperwork. Also individual requirements are addressed rapidly and flexibly.

Motivated and competent staff together with a thorough final inspection procedure ensure the constant high quality of our products. 

Our products

  • Semi-finished products made from various nonferrous metals
  • Finished products made from nonferrous metals and steel to DIN standards, samples and drawings (turning, drilling, milling)
  • WABRO® - maintenance-free sliding elements
  • Sintered bronze bearings (oil impregnated), sintered bronze with MOS 2 and sintered iron
  • Roll-formed dry sliding bearings
  • Electronically controlled grease cups

History since 1984

2012

Putting into service of the programming system Vector CAD/CAM.

2011

In November, the quality management system certificate according to  DIN EN ISO 9001:2008 has been renewes until 30-11-2014.

2011

In December, a new CNC lathe has been put into operation: DMG CTX510 eco

2010

In August, M. Breitenbach has begun her apprenticeship as an industrial clerk. This apprenticeship has not been offered before. The company employed three apprentices at the moment.

2010

In June, the apprentice A. Kremer successfully passed her exam and is a wholesale and foreign trade merchant. She has been taken over for the sales department by Bornebusch.

2010

Bornebusch has taken over 2 CNC millings from Schuler, Wilden. In February, a new machining center by DMG has been put into operation.

2009

Two apprentices (specialists for warehouse logistics) successfully passed their exam, one apprentice can be taken over and is head of the deliveries department since then.

2009

The Bornebusch GmbH & Co. KG celebrates its 25th anniversary.

2009

A new precise measuring instrument FARO Gage has been put into operation. It replenishes the range of handheld instruments. 

2008

Christoph Bornebusch takes over the apprentice Alexander Heckel for the sales department

2008

In March, a new machining centre has been put into operation.

2007

The company has a lot of modern controlled machines to guarantee a complete processing of all working processes. Furthermore, there is a large suppy of measuring instruments for a wide variety of functions.

2007

The employees are 19 full-time employees, including 4 in the office and 10 in the factory. In the office, there are furthermore two part-time employees, one commercial apprentice and two industrial apprentices.

2006

Transformation to an associate company (GmbH and GmbH & Co KG). The succession has been regulated: The managing partners are Christoph and Heinrich Bornebusch.

1999

The first apprentice in the commercial field is hired. 

1999

Over the next years, additional CNC lathes have been purchased. The staff number increased. The number of apprentices also increased and the apprenticeship has been expanded to the industrial field.  

1996

Certification ISO 9001:2000

1995

Purchase of the first CNC-controlled lathe and penetration of finishing of parts based on customers' designs.

1984

Foundation of the individual business "Christoph Bornebusch Gleitlager und NE-Metalle"

1984

Warehouse for nonferrous metals, trade with finished products and maintenance-free sliding elements WABRO® made of nonferrous metals, Sintered bronze and iron bearings, Roll-formed dry sliding bearings and oil-filled grease cups.