Ljungmans Verkstäder was a metal shop that also repaired ships. When Texaco placed an order for a device to distribute fuel, the model for the modern gas pump was born. In 1934 Ljungmans Verkstäder had manufactured and sold 6,000 dispensers in the Nordic countries. During the 2nd World War and when motoring had its breakthrough, the company expanded rapidly and began developing flow meters and pumps for depots and road tankers.
In 1986 Wennstrom buys the mobile division of Ljungmans Verkstäder from Dresser Wayne. It’s the beginning of a close collaboration between Wennstrom and Wayne (now part of Dover Fueling Solutions). It also means the Wennstrom product portfolio with PD-meters and gear pumps for road tankers and depots.