Publication: The Glassworker
Pittsburgh, PA, United States
NEW JERSEY FACTORIES.
Large Production and an Abundance of
Orders Reported at Well Known
Plants by the Traveling Representative of The Glassworker
By A. E. Bristow.
Gayner Glass Co, Salem, N. J.
This company has one tank in blast and is working seven carboy, five battery jar and two jericho shops on three shifts and a two-man machine day turn only, producing carboys, large water bottles and battery jars principally, and a large production is being turned out.
Ten new ovens will be built and several improvements will be made and the other tank will be put in commission next fire and battery jars will be produced out of it principally.
John Gayner is president and superintendent, J. M. Gayner is secretary and Edward J. Gayner is treasurer of this company.
K. A. Goodwin is factory manager and Elvin Ahl is night foreman.
Isaac A. Owens, the well known moldmaker and designer who formerly owned a shop in Millville, N. J., is doing experimental work with a machine and states that he has been able to produce bottles on it up to five-gallon capacity.