Electric Porcelain & Mfg. Company acquired plant formerly owned by the Climax Pottery Co.

[Trade Journal]

Publication: The Iron Age

New York, NY, United States
vol. 98, no. 21, p. 1208, col. 1-2


PHILADELPHIA

 

Philadelphia. Pa., Nov. 20, 1916.

 

The Crossley Machine Company, State and Monmouth streets, Trenton, N. J., manufacturer of clay and rubber working machinery, has acquired the plant now occupied by the Electric Porcelain & Mfg. Company, Monmouth Street, as an addition to its present factory.

The Electric Porcelain & Mfg. Company, Monmouth Street, Trenton, N. J., manufacturer of electrical porcelain specialties, has acquired the plant formerly occupied by the Climax Pottery Company, New York Avenue and a tract of adjoining property. The company will make Immediate alterations in the existing structures and remove its plant to the new site. Plans are now being prepared for an addition, 130 x 150 ft., to cost about $70,000, to be commenced early next year. H. T. Paiste, Philadelphia, is president; H. S. Tearsley la treasurer.

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Keywords:Electric Porcelain & Manufacturing Company : Paiste
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Researcher:Elton Gish
Date completed:August 31, 2011 by: Elton Gish;