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Being experienced engineers, we have founded our company Döinghaus cutting and more in 2009. With a small team, we have started to design individual machine and plant solutions for ultrasonic cutting for our customers in the food industry, confectioneries and bakeries. With success! Today, we have employed more than 50 employees, who are experts in their job and amaze our customers. 

If customers encounter problems in cutting their products, we will resolve the problems for them! Being a high-performance partner for ultrasonic cutting solutions, we respond to the complex customized requirements with innovative system techniques. Since we know, how optimum automatic cutting processes are being proceeded and the extent to which we succeed in guaranteeing safety and cutting accuracy.

Our customers include almost all well-known food manufacturers in Germany and Europe. Furthermore, we are internationally known and active. In this way, today we have fixed trade partners in England, Israel, Poland, Austria and South Korea.  

Quality is crucial for us. This would ensure us to embody MADE IN GERMANY. 

We therefore rely on the good education and training of our employees. We are aware that only with a competent team, we would be able to well cope the challenges of the evolving markets. 



Continuous growth, therefore, extension and new construction of the production hall



Refoundation as Döinghaus cutting and more GmbH in Salzkotten (Managing partners Dieter Döinghaus and Holger Witkowski)


Ultrasonic cutting machine

Development and exhibition of the first ultrasonic cutting machine


1. Trade fair

1. Exhibition at a bakery trade fair at Hamburg


Cutting machine

Beginning of the development of cutting machines for pastries in cooperation with an associated industrial bakery



Takeover by the son Karl Döinghaus (artist blacksmith, steelwork and orthopaedic tractor seats)



Laying of the foundation stone by Josef Döinghaus as a forge