Christian Friedrich Budenberg
Christian Friedrich Budenberg (born December 21, 1815 in Auf der Hobe near Neuenkirchen , Osnabrücker Land ; † September 11, 1883 in Buckau near Magdeburg ) was a German entrepreneur and co-founder of the mechanical engineering company Schäffer & Budenberg .
In 1850, his brother-in-law Bernhard Schäffer made him an offer to found a company in Magdeburg. Together with the master mechanic Franz Primavesi , both founded the company Schäffer & Co., mechanical workshop . The company produced diaphragm pressure gauges , for which Schäffer had received a patent in 1849 . Primavesi left the company as early as 1852. The company was renamed "Schäffer & Budenberg". Budenberg was responsible for the commercial side of the company, Schäffer for development. In 1859 the company relocated to Buckau due to the increasing space requirements. In the following years branches were set up in Manchester , Saint Petersburg , Stockholm , Zurich , Liège , New York and other locations.
- Horst-Günther Heinicke: Budenberg, Christian Friedrich. In: Guido Heinrich, Gunter Schandera (ed.): Magdeburg Biographical Lexicon 19th and 20th centuries. Biographical lexicon for the state capital Magdeburg and the districts of Bördekreis, Jerichower Land, Ohrekreis and Schönebeck. Scriptum, Magdeburg 2002, ISBN 3-933046-49-1 .
- Lothar Thiede: Magdeburg and its industry. Schäffer & Budenberg, part 1. Kremkau 2005, ISBN 3-934988-34-2 .
|SURNAME||Budenberg, Christian Friedrich|
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||German entrepreneur|
|DATE OF BIRTH||December 21, 1815|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||On the Hobe near Neuenkirchen (Osnabrück district)|
|DATE OF DEATH||September 11, 1883|
|Place of death||Buckau|