Oy Kongskilde Juko ltd.
Juko was founded in 1949. The name is an abbreviation of the company owned by our founder, Mr Lauri Junnila, which was called Junnilan Konepaja. The company has always been known for its innovative thinking in both machine functionality and choice of materials. This helped Juko establish itself as a forerunner in the manufacturing of seed drills and sugar beet and potato harvesters. In 1981 Lauri Junnila sold his company to Hankkija, who made big investments in Juko’s production equipment. Juko became a subsidiary of Kongskilde in 1997 and was renamed at that point as Oy Kongskilde Juko Ltd.
As a consequence of production reorganisation, manufacturing at Kongskilde Juko has been moved to other companies within the group; the stone collectors to Kongskilde Poland and the seed drills to Överums Bruk, Sweden. Product development and sales office still remain in Mynämäki.
It is very important to us that future product development is aimed at machines suitable for Finnish conditions, and that we continue to offer spare parts and after sales service to the highest standard to both new and current customers here in Finland.