Jeffrey Machine was founded in 1977 by Frank Sager as a machine, tool and die shop. Frank, a machinist and metal fabricator with many years of experience, passed the family trade on to his son, Jeffrey Sager, who took great interest in the auger market. Jeffrey began working with augers in 1983, first repairing them and later rebuilding them.
In 2001, a 20,000 square foot shop was built. Due to increasing demands, another of equal size was constructed in 2002. Another expansion was completed in 2007, brought the facility to over 100,000 square feet, making Jeffrey Machine one of the world’s largest independent auger manufacturers.
Jeffrey Machine has developed an excellent reputation for being extremely customer service oriented, and for producing and selling highly dependable products. A more thorough exploration of the company’s history can be found in an article that appeared in Utility Magazine.