Contractors and Engineers Monthly Volume 4

Contractors and Engineers Monthly Volume 4

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1922 edition. Excerpt: ...24.000 pounds at 12-foot ralius. equipped with a standard boom 35 feet long, should write for Crane Bulletin (TR-6, issued by the Kochring Co., lIilwaukee, Wis. STEAM SHOVBL SERVICE In Bulletin 111, the Thew Shovel Co., Lorain, 0., gives facts regarding the service of type O shovels The Climax Engineering Company, Clinton, Iowa, is a subsidiary of the G. W. Dulany Trust, being practically owned entirely by the Trust. G. W. Dulany, r., has been president of the Climax Engineering Company since its organization in 1915, and has likewise been chairman of the Board of Trustees of the G. W. Dulany Trust. The duties of the latter position have prevented his actively and effectively functioning as President of the Climax Engineering Company, whose business has so grown that it requires the presence of an active president, to lessen the burden and responsibility on the Vice-President, C. B. Stebbins. George W. Cravens, formerly of Westfield, N. J., has been elected President of the Climax Engineering Company, and assumed his duties on February I, and Mr. Dulany has been elected chairman of the Board of Directors. C. B. Stebbins was reelected Vice--President, R. D. Upton, reelected Treasurer, and J. M. Thomsen, reelected Secretary. With the addition to the active executive management, the Climax Engineering Company will be in a position to go ahead with the broader plans recently formulated. Mr. Craven, the new President, was for many years with the General Electric Company, and has had a wide engineering and commercial experience. Lang Retires as President of Lakewood At the annual meeting of the Lakewood Engineering Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Charles F. Lang retired from the presidency. The company is now officered and managed by men who have...
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  • Paperback | 212 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 11mm | 386g
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236973879
  • 9781236973870