Our comprehensive offering: everything under one roof
Jobro offers everything from simulation to finished parts in-house, which means short lead times and high flexibility in design modifications during the development phase.
Our concept enables cost-efficient, low-volume series production.
We are certified in accordance with
In a market where time is worth more than gold, where margins are already minimal and even the shortest hold-up in a production flow is disastrous for profitability, the analysis is the most important tool we have. Read more
By coordinating each customer's overall needs at a very early stage, we can deliver a concept that provides cost-efficient series production in small volumes. Read more
It costs less to make changes at an early stage than to bring a whole batch production process to a stop. For the automotive industry, where every single stage of production is critical, the smallest stop means major costs. Prototypes give our customers the chance to test their ideas even before production starts. Read more
When the actual series equipment is not yet in place and the factory is ready to go, it might be necessary to find a quick alternative so that a pre-series production can be produced. Read more
Production is all about keeping things simple. Not making things more complicated than they need to be. Our aim is to quickly simplify each stage and deliver a finished product. Read more
As the lifespan of products is shrinking, demand is growing for a more responsive after-market. Read more
With our verification process, we're always equipped and ready to take on tough challenges and demanding projects. Read more
All customers do not know what we do and how we do it. Therefore we always begin and end with an overview about our process Jobro Works. It develops us as a learning organization and refines our offering. You get a deeper insight into our work while we get the chance to re-examine ourselves to find areas in which we can improve. Read more
Jobro: adapted to the most stringent demands imaginable
The automotive industry is one of the world’s most complex sectors, with highly stringent demands not only regarding its own development, but all the partners and suppliers included in its network. In this arena, Jobro has forged a strong position as an enabler, innovator and problem solver. Production demands are expected to be increasingly stringent in the future, but it’s a challenge we’re well equipped to face. We could even be the partner that helps take your production into the next generation. How well do our industry-truths chime with your business?
More stringent quality standards on final products and prototypes
Quality is an increasingly significant factor within production and product development due to the prohibitive costs associated with potential quality issues. This places greater demands on us in the form of certification and process development. There is a growing need for prototypes adapted to serial production conditions in order to verify production processes at an early stage.
More complex products
More sophisticated software and increased demands on design and packaging drive the development of more complex products, which subsequently require more advanced (and more expensive) tools and production processes. Using advanced prototypes to enable testing of products in full production conditions at an early stage helps avoid making expensive adjustments further down the line.
Multiple versions of final products
Customising products individually requires a broader product portfolio across a range of different sectors. Multiple versions also require more input items, which must be verified during the development phase.
Growing demand for simulation/digital prototypes
A prominent trend for a number of years now is the use of simulation and digital prototypes in order to reduce dependence on physical prototypes, cutting costs in the process. In parallel with this, products have also become more complex, making potential defects more expensive to rectify. As a result, we have noticed a growing demand for the use of simulation to make prototype components which faithfully duplicate the end result in both form and quality. Above all, it’s the need for more simple prototypes at an earlier stage which has been replaced by digital prototypes.