Jergens, Inc.

About Jergens, Inc.

Jergens Inc. is a privately owned manufacturer headquartered in Cleveland, Ohio. The Schron Family founded Jergens Inc. in 1942, and it has since grown into one of the world's largest manufacturers of standard tooling components, vises, and other workholding equipment.

Jergens, Inc. is comprised of 3 distinct business units: Workholding Solutions, Lifting Solutions, and Specialty Fasteners. Building on its reputation of uncompromising quality standards, Jergens is committed to helping its customers achieve leaner, more profitable manufacturing, and continues to add products and engineered solutions for an integrated approach to "Manufacturing Efficiency."

Today, you'll find our tooling components, fasteners, and hoist rings at work in just about every industry on every continent. And our innovative engineered solutions like the patented Ball Lock® Mounting System have changed the way manufacturers worldwide think about productivity.

Jergens' founding philosophy, "The Standard Components with the Highest Standards" put Jergens, Inc. on the forefront of the "lean manufacturing" movement before anyone even thought to put those two words together. This vision represents our proud heritage, as well as our future.


Mechanical Engineering Intern

May 2019 - August 2019 Cleveland, OH
“- Learned various engineering tasks - Driven, busy atmosphere - Family-like work culture - Helpful employees - Clean, Organized Facility - Various projects”

Human Resources Intern

January 2019 - August 2019 Cleveland, OH
“This internship was very hands-on and gave me a lot of great experience in the human resources department. Both of my supervisors were very open to any ideas that I had to improve different areas of the job, and they were extremely helpful and patient when I would have questions on any aspects of HR. The company as a whole is a great place to work and is really like a family. I would highly recommend any position at Jergens, but especially an internship for those looking to gain experience.”
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