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JAG has been supplying turnkey gas supply systems for the R&D automotive sector since 1989. The company is the result of a management buyout from Hale Hamilton. Jens Asmuth is the managing partner.
Over the years, JAG has developed into a high-quality supplier of ultrapure gas applications worldwide in the automotive sector. Automation concepts and monitoring modules were added as part of digitization and Industry 4.0. As early as 2014, JAG started working on the subject of hydrogen applications in e-mobility. Over the past few years, the field of future-oriented hydrogen mobility has become a fixture at JAG. The high flexibility and individuality of the system solutions from JAG always leads to new and innovative products, which means that JAG has been serving and actively promoting the market for hydrogen applications for years.
Since 2019, the successor in the company has been regulated by the next generation and Jorina Asmuth has been appointed as additional managing director. Today's company headquarters are in Burgwedel, near Hanover. JAG currently has around 100 employees and is pursuing a clear growth strategy for the coming years.
JAG sponsors numerous youth sports projects every year. The company is increasingly focusing on local clubs. Above all, sports clubs and horse shows are supported by JAG. Jerseys from TSV Wettmar or JSG Thönse are currently being supported with sponsoring projects. In addition, JAG has set up several benches especially for young people through the child protection association with the city of Burgwedel. Other monetary donations go, for example, to the schools in the surrounding villages.
JAG is committed to environmental protection and sees environmental laws and guidelines as minimum standards to be observed. The step towards a paperless office is already underway and the most energy-saving devices possible are being used. The electricity contract at the site has been switched to electricity from renewable sources, whereby JAG reduces around 90,000kg of CO2 annually. JAG was also involved in a Burgwedel project "Klimabank World" and thus made a contribution to the purchase of new climate-resistant trees for Burgwedel.