Manufacturers

Some articles on manufacturers:

Manufacturers Hanover Corporation - History - Manufacturers Trust Company
... Manufacturers Hanover traces its origins to the 1905 founding of Citizens Trust Company of Brooklyn ... with the Broadway Bank of Brooklyn in 1912 and then two years later with the Manufacturers National Bank of Brooklyn (1914) ... In 1915, the bank adopted the older "Manufacturers" name, changing its name to the Manufacturers Trust Company ...
Silver Studio - Clients
... The Silver Studio sold designs for fabrics and wallpapers to a number of manufacturers ... Its customers were retailers and manufacturers of wallpapers and textiles at all levels of the market, both in Britain and abroad ... Designs for wallpapers were sold both to manufacturers producing cheap papers for the mass market such as Lightbown Aspinall and Potters of Darwen, as well as those selling high quality products for the top ...
Wide Gauge - Lionel's Competitors
... While all the manufacturers' track was the same size and the trains and buildings approximately the same scale, the couplers for the most part remained incompatible, making it impossible to mix train cars from ... The increased number of manufacturers seemed to give legitimacy to Lionel's gauge, and because the boom of the 1920s made large toy trains affordable, Standard Gauge had its heyday in the mid-1920s only to ... Boucher, the last of the Standard/Wide Gauge manufacturers, folded in 1943 ...
Kuznetsov NK-87
... NK-89 Lists relating to aviation General Aircraft manufacturers Aircraft engines manufacturers Gliders Airlines defunct Airports Civil authorities Museums Registration prefixes ...
Kenneth Hopper - Experiential Research Sources
... visit many areas of the works and observe first-hand the practical problems of major manufacturers ... post-war seminars were designed by the American occupation for Japanese electronics manufacturers, as there was a considerable need to keep the Japanese population informed of America’s postwar ... He helped Irish manufacturers and the Irish Government reorganize to meet Common Market competition in the early years of the Celtic Miracle ...