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Warner and Swasey

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1897.

of Cleveland, Ohio, engineers.

1959 Warner, Swasey, Asquith was formed as joint venture between Asquith Machine Tool Corporation and the Warner and Swasey Co of Cleveland, Ohio, to make certain sizes of Warner and Swasey chucking automatic machine tools. Sales would be handled by Drummond-Asquith (Sales) who would also handle the whole Warner and Swasey range in the UK[1]


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Sources of Information

  1. The Times, Apr 21, 1959