Purchase Of Dresser Industries Inc

Dresser sold its construction-related divisions to Indresco, Inc. (Collection 2216) in August, 1992, and the Galion line became the Galion Division, -Dresser Company effective July 1993. purchased an additional 31% of the venture from Indresco in September, 1993, then acquired the remaining 19% interest in September, 1994.

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1. Plaintiffs-appellants, present and former employees of Dresser Company and Dresser Industries, Inc. ("Dresser"), filed suit alleging, inter alia, that Dresser violated the Age Discrimination in Employment Act, 29 U.S.C. § 621 et seq.

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Jul 21, 2016· World No. 2 construction equipment manufacturer, Japan's , has agreed to buy U.S. part-competitor Joy Global. The acquisition, worth a reported $3.7 billion, will strengthen …

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and Dresser Industries established Dresser to make mining tractors and related equipment in 1988. bought out Dresser’s share in 1994. ’s mining products were consolidated under the name Mining Systems in 1997.

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“The PC2000-11 is designed to load 70- to 200-ton rigid frame haul trucks and is an excellent tool for stripping overburden, loading coal, and loading shot rock,” said Robert Hussey, product marketing manager, America.

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Limited and Dresser Industries established Dresser to make mining tractors, construction equipment, and related equipment. This 50-50 ownership lasted from September 1988 to August 1994, when bought out Dresser.

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Business Week, February 22, 1988.Forbes, November 14, 1988, February 14, 1994.Hoover's Handbook of American Business (1993). Darwin Payne, Initiative in Energy: The Story of Dresser Industries, 1880–1978 (New York: Simon and Schuster, 1979). Damon Robinson, "Tool Exporter Finds Key to Success," Journal of Commerce and Commercial, February 22, 1991.

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The name was adopted as Wabco Haulpak when R. G. LeTourneau's business was bought by Wabco, and the Haulpak name continued through Wabco's purchase by American Standard, the operation's purchase by Dresser Industries, the merger into -Dresser, and for a time after took over complete ownership from Dresser.

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purchase of dresser industries inc. ... EXHIBIT 105 AMENDMENT 1 TO THE DRESSER INDUSTRIES, INC CONSOLIDATED SALARIED RETIREMENT PLAN AMENDED AND RESTATED AS OF MAY 1, 1989 1 Effective May 1, 1992, the title to Article XII of the Plan . Contact Supplier. H&E Equipment Services.

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Case opinion for US 11th Circuit WILLIAMS v. DRESSER INDUSTRIES INC. Read the Court's full decision on . ... Jay Williams stated that it appeared that both and Dresser dealers would soon be selling ... the Williams had no fiduciary relationship with Dresser and no interest in Dresser prior to their request to purchase the ...

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2. Dresser was primarily an oil service company that acquired International Harvester's construction equipment business in 1982, but was a lesser player in the heavy construction equipment industry which was dominated by other companies such as and . The leading companies in the industry had the money to invest in research and development of new equipment, and the smaller ...

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Feb 23, 1991· The Dresser Company said it would lay off half of its work force by the end of the year because of a slowdown in the construction and heavy equipment industries.

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Formed by a collaboration between Dresser and Litton Industries, the new company was a combination of Dresser ’ s Atlas wire line operations and the Litton Resources Group of Litton Industries. Yet another joint venture saw the light of day in September 1988, when of Japan and Dresser formed the Dresser Company.

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Limited and Dresser Industries established Dresser to make mining tractors, construction equipment and related equipment. [13] This 50-50 ownership lasted from September 1988 to August 1994, when bought out Dresser's share. [13] By 1993, it generated sales of more than US$4 billion, and employed 31,800 people in fifty ...

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of del. reassignment dresser industries, inc., a corp. of del. assignment of assignors interest. assignors: international harvester company 1988-10-14 assigned to dresser company, e. sunnyside 7th st., libertyville, il., a general partnership under the uniform partnership act of the state of de reassignment dresser company, e ...

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About this Item: Dresser Industries. Paperback. 1986. 8.5 x 11 inches, a parts book for Dresser Models DT-414B, DT-414B, D-466, DT-466, DT-466B, DT-466C and DTI-466c Engines Used In all Construction Equipment Division Applications Form 1128 173 Hi Good. Slight soiling on the front cover, slightly more on the back. Seller Inventory # 13426

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Dresser Industries, Inc. Docket Nº: 94-9105. Citation: 120 F.3d 1163 ... Tri-State Tractor Company ("Tri-State") was for sale, and on January 5, 1988, the Williams signed a letter of intent to purchase Tri-State. Because Dresser's permission was necessary for the sale of the distributorship, the Williams contacted Dresser to obtain its consent ...

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Modular Mining Systems, Inc. is a leader in design, manufacture, installation, and servicing of real-time mine management solutions for open pit and underground mining customers worldwide. Hensley Industries manufactures and markets ground engaging tools, buckets, and specialized attachments such as teeth, edges and adapters for construction ...

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There were a number of ownership changes that affected the Dresser venture in the early to mid-1990s. In August 1992 Dresser Industries spun off its industrial businesses, including its 50 percent stake in Dresser, to its shareholders, forming Indresco, Inc.

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Williams v. Dresser Industries, Inc., 795 F. Supp. 1144 (N.D. Ga. 1992) ... Plaintiffs allege that as a result of the Dresser- joint venture, Plaintiffs' customers became unwilling to purchase the Dresser equipment which Plaintiffs had purchased pursuant to the franchise agreement, and prior to the merger, due to the customers' fear that ...

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Aug 18, 1988· Ltd., the largest construction machinery manufacturer in Japan, and Dresser Industries, a leading oilfield service company in the United …

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Limited and Dresser Industries established Dresser to make mining tractors, construction equipment and related equipment. This 50-50 ownership lasted from September 1988 to August 1994, when bought out Dresser's share. By 1993, it generated sales of more than US$4 billion, and employed 31,800 people in fifty countries ...

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In 1988 they formed Dresser- but by 1992 it was loosing money and Dresser put its 50% share in a new firm Indresco, but by 1994 increasing looses lead to taking control. The division now belongs to the polish firm HSW from 2005, now called Dressta. In 1988, Dresser Industries …

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Get free access to the complete judgment in HAMILTON v. DRESSER INDUSTRIES, INC on CaseMine.

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History. This page shows its company profile, history, an officer, organizational chart, an establishment, group companies. ... Established Dresser Company in the United States. July. 1989. Made equity participation in Hanomag AG of Germany. ... Acquired Hensley Industries, Inc., an American construction and mining equipment component ...

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Limited and Dresser Industries established Dresser to make mining tractors, construction equipment, and related equipment. This 50-50 ownership lasted from September 1988 to August 1994, when bought out Dresser.

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Apr 28, 1991· It seemed like such a smart pairing. In early 1988, Ltd. of Japan and Dallas-based Dresser Industries Inc. merged their construction equipment manufacturing and …

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Oct 15, 1992· The company is a 4-year-old joint venture between Japan-based Ltd. and Dresser Industries Inc. of Dallas. An estimated 70 workers were expected to …

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