allis chalmers history

Allis-Chalmers Company Profile | Management and Employees List

Allis-Chalmers' history as a manufacturer extends to the 1840's in Milwaukee. In 1914 the growing company entered into the farm equipment business. Over the years Allis-Chalmers was responsible for many innovations in farm equipment and grew to become one of the largest and most diverse manufacturers in North America.

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The Allis-Chalmers story (Crestline agricultural series) Hardcover

Allis-Chalmers Tractors (Farm Tractor Color History) It covers just about every single thing Allis-Chalmers ever made, and even some of the things made by their 'offspring' companies. From industrial steam engines to kitchen refrigerators and from tractors to front end loaders, it's in this book!

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The Allis-Chalmers Company was a major manufacturer of farming and industrial equipment in the United States for most of the Twentieth Century. Allis-Chalmers was headquartered in Milwuakee, Wisconsin with a major tractor factory in nearby West Allis (a town named for the company). Financial difficulties led to dissolution in 1985.

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Allis- Chalmers Co - Practical Machinist

05/11/  · Allis- Chalmers Co. The recent A-C motor thread got me curious about the company. Here is some history: Allis-Chalmers Bullock had the plant in the links below along the Lachine Canal in the Rockfield Industrial area of Lachine that is now a suburb of Montreal . There is a pdf link to a map here.

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Allis Chalmers Museum - Home

Collection of 40tractors, from 1914 to 1973, implements, 1920's kitchen, wooden models, model 706 Cass St, Griswold, IA 51535

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Allis History Page - Allis Chalmers

1844. Thomas Chalmers, an imigrant from Scotland, begins work with P.W. Gates of Chicago. Gates builds a variety of equipment including the first steam powered sawmill in the country. 1846. Edward P. Allis arrives in Milwaukee and quickly establishes himself in the business community. 1847. The Reliance Iron Works of Milwaukee opens for business.

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Allis-Chalmers Fuel Cell Tractor | National Museum of American History

In its search to develop electric power through chemical reactions, Allis-Chalmers in 1951 began research on fuel cells. In October 1959 near West Allis, Wisconsin, this fuel cell tractor plowed a field of alfalfa with a double-bottom plow. Fuel cells produce electrical power directly through a chemical reaction, without heat, smoke, or noise.

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List of Allis-Chalmers tractors - Wikipedia

Model U (1929-1952): Also known as United Model UC (1930-1953): Also known as All-Crop or Cultivator Model UI (1937-1947). Allis-Chalmers W series; Model WC (1933-1948) Model WD (1948-1953) Model WD45 (1953-1957) Model WF (1937-1951) Model RC (1938-1941). After the second world war Allis Chalmers operated factories in the United Kingdom at Totton (to 1949) in Totton Hampshire and Essendine in

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Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Co. - History

ALLIS-CHALMERS MANUFACTURING COMPANY. History: Incorporated March 15, 1913, in Delaware; successor to Allis-Chalmers Co. through purchase of all the properties formerly owned by that company. Company owns plants in the following cities: Milwaukee, Wis.; West Allis Wis., and Cincinnati, Ohio. Company's business is to manufacture, and its

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Allis-Chalmers Governor | Wisconsin Historical Society

Governor for hydraulic turbine engine, made by the Allis-Chalmers Company of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 1905. (Museum object #2008.64.1) Everything about the Allis-Chalmers Company was big. Milwaukee's Edward P. Allis Co., whose roots stretched back to 1847, was already the world's biggest steam engine manufacturer when it merged with the second

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Forklift industry merger and acquisition history

1953, Allis-Chalmers: Allis-Chalmers acquires the Buda Engine Co., adding diesel engines to its product line. 1956, Toyota: Toyota Motor Corporation (Japan) introduces its first forklift model, the LA 1-ton truck. 1956, Towmotor: Towmotor acquires Gerlinger Carrier Company. 1957, Nissan: The first Nissan (Japan) forklift is produced.

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