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From 1936 – 1945 the production was supervised by the war industry during the second world war.
PUMA’s modern history began in 1947 when Baron von Frankenberg, son-in-law f one of the famous Lauterjung brothers, took over the management of the firm and decided to specialize in pocket-, utility- and sporting knives for hunters. In the 90s the company used new production methods e.g. In the last years the company extended their product line.
Today, almost 250 years ago, they still manufacture blades and cutlery in top handmade quality under the brand name PUMA Germany.
The company combines traditional craftsmanship with modern manufacturing techniques. To maintain and magnify a lore of perfection is a matter of pride, perseverance and adherence to long-established standards associated with a name and a product.
Unlike our knives only the blades are made in Germany in the SGB series).
PUMA IP is an international production with selected Spanish manufacturers.
The family Lauterjung established the brand name PUMA as an international attribute for astonishing quality.
This is the prime force behind the consistent superiority of Puma Knives, the reason they have won worldwide recognition as a great achievement of cutler’s art.
Many direct descendants of the artisans who established the Puma standards work with their hearts, as well as their hands, in the constantly updated Puma factory.
This greatest of European coal regions yields 90% of all German bituminous coal, so it was but natural that North Rhine Westphalia, the state in which Solingen is located, would become the heart of Germany’s iron and steel production.
This vast experience with metal and its ready availability, coupled with the German people’s traditional technical skills and penchant for research, bore the inevitable fruit of Solingen’s supremacy in cutlery.
The hardening and tempering of the blades is done by skilled craftsmen to insure that they will not only stand up for a number of years under regular use, but that they will take and maintain the sharpness ideally suited for a hunting knife.