Kingsbury News

Kingsbury will be exhibiting at these trade shows in 2016. If you plan to attend, please stop by our booth!

Power-Gen Europe
21-23 June 2016 / Milan Italy / Booth 4HF68

HydroVision International
26-28 July 2016 / Minneapolis, MN / Booth 627

Turbomachinery Symposium
13-15 September 2016 / Houston, TX / Booth 2527

Power-Gen International
13-15 December 2016 / Orlando, FL / Booth 4633

Kingsbury Announces Plans for German Manufacturing Plant

Philadelphia, PA (May 12, 2014) - Following the opening of the Kingsbury GmbH sales office in Göttingen Germany in 2012, officials at Kingsbury have announced plans to expand into manufacturing. According to managing director, Dr. Morched Medhioub, "The decision to move into manufacturing Kingsbury bearings, made in the first quarter of 2013, was the natural outgrowth from the initial success of our European headquarters that serves Germany, Austria and Switzerland."  Read More

Kingsbury Breaks Ground to Build New Western USA Repair Facility

Philadelphia, PA (January 13, 2014) - On January 8, 2014, Kingsbury, Inc. broke ground to officially begin construction of a new 33,000-square-foot bearing repair and service facility in Yuba City, California. The project by Yuba City contractor Hilbers Inc. should be complete in September.  Read More

Kingsbury Appoints Dr. Medhioub Managing Director of Kingsbury GmbH

Philadelphia, PA (September 25, 2013) - Kingsbury, Inc. is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Morched Medhioub as Managing Director of Kingsbury GmbH effective immediately. Dr. Medhioub joined Kingsbury as manager of the European office at its inception in 2011; Kingsbury GmbH was subsequently incorporated in 2012.  Read More

Kingsbury, Inc. Updates Thrust-Journal Combination Bearing

Philadelphia, PA (May 9, 2013) - For the past several years, Kingsbury has been revamping the design of its CH System, a combination thrust and journal bearing, that was first developed more than 75 years ago by the company's founder himself. Dr. Kingsbury was looking for a way to simplify the use of hydrodynamic bearings on applications such as pumps, and with the CH System, he was able to eliminate the need for an external pump and motor system to feed pressurized oil to the bearings.  Read More