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Part of the '''GHH''' Group, which was founded in 1758. The Gute Hoffnung ironworks in Oberhausen-Sterkrade went into operation in 1782.<ref>[https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gutehoffnungsh%C3%BCtte] Wikipedia entry</ref>
 
Part of the '''GHH''' Group, which was founded in 1758. The Gute Hoffnung ironworks in Oberhausen-Sterkrade went into operation in 1782.<ref>[https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gutehoffnungsh%C3%BCtte] Wikipedia entry</ref>
  
Successors to Hüttengewerkschaft und Handlung Jacobi, Haniel & Huyssen (JHH) <ref>[https://www.haniel.de/en/company/news/inside/haniel/news/like-father-like-son/] Hanile webiste - Like father, like son </ref>
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Successors to Hüttengewerkschaft und Handlung Jacobi, Haniel & Huyssen (JHH) <ref>[https://www.haniel.de/en/company/news/inside/haniel/news/like-father-like-son/] Haniel website - Like father, like son </ref>
  
 
An 1835 beam engine made by the company for [[Krupp]] at Essen is on display at the [[Deutsches Museum]].
 
An 1835 beam engine made by the company for [[Krupp]] at Essen is on display at the [[Deutsches Museum]].

Latest revision as of 16:41, 25 March 2020

Part of the GHH Group, which was founded in 1758. The Gute Hoffnung ironworks in Oberhausen-Sterkrade went into operation in 1782.[1]

Successors to Hüttengewerkschaft und Handlung Jacobi, Haniel & Huyssen (JHH) [2]

An 1835 beam engine made by the company for Krupp at Essen is on display at the Deutsches Museum.

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  1. [1] Wikipedia entry
  2. [2] Haniel website - Like father, like son