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    1928~1989
    Foundation and Growth

    Established as a boiler-manufacturing company, Lentjes spent the early years honing its boiler technologies and capabilities.

    1928

    • Ferdinand Lentjes founds boiler manufacturing company.

      We’ve remained at the forefront of boiler technology for almost 100 years

    1980

    • Company acquires Burmeister & Wain A/S, steam generation specialists.

      The oldest manufacturer of steam boilers in the world, Burmeister added their knowledge and expertise to our R&D efforts.

    1982

    • Company designs, builds and commissions the world’s first commercial CFB boiler

      The boiler featured a Fluidised Bed Heat Exchanger (FBHE) and paved the way to efficient CFB boiler technology.

    1984

    • Company acquires Gottfried Bischoff GmbH, flue gas desulphurisation technology specialists.

      Gottfried Bischoff GmbH pioneered the wet limestone flue gas desulphurisation process, the perfect complement to Lentjes’ CFB boiler.

    1985

    • Company acquires Standardkessel GmbH, boiler specialists.

      Standardkessel was also researching and developing CFB boiler technology.

    1990~2013
    Transformation and Looking to the Future

    Towards the end of the 20th Century, Lentjes expanded its business, investing heavily in R&D and joining forces with other boiler and flue gas desulphurisation technology specialists.

    1990

    • Lentjes GmbH is acquired by Former Metallgesellschaft

      The oldest manufacturer of steam boilers in the world, Burmeister added their knowledge and expertise to our R&D efforts.

    1992

    • Lurgi AG fluidised bed activities, Lentjes GmbH and Deutsche Babcock Energietechnik GmbH amalgamate to form LLB Lurgi Lentjes Babcock Energietechnik GmbH. Boiler activities, flue gas desulphurisation activities and miscellaneous technologies amalgamate to form Lurgi Lentjes AG.

      This merger brought together companies involved with boilers, flue gas desulphurisation technologies and other related technologies to form Lurgi Lentjes AG.

    2005

    • Lurgi Lentjes AG is renamed Lentjes GmbH.

      In 2005 we became Lentjes GmbH.

    2007

    • Lentjes GmbH is acquired by AE&E (Austrian Energy&Environment) to form AE&E (Austrian Energy&Environment) Lentjes.

      In 2007 we became AE&E Lentjes.

    2011

    • AE&E Lentjes is sold to Korea’s Doosan Group to form Doosan Lentjes GmbH.

      In 2011 we became part of the Doosan Group.


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