Companies

Consult the growing historical database about the companies that have manufactured, designed and marketed the primary material of plastics; designed and made the machines to manufacture plastics; and created and marketed millions of plastics products.

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E. A. Mallory & Sons (Hats)

Waterbury Conn. hat maker with salesroom at 13 Astor Place, New York City

 

E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Co.

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E. R. Squibb and Sons

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Eastern Steamship Co.

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Eastman Chemical

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Eastman Kodak Company

Eastman Kodak Company was founded in 1891 by George Eastman in Rochester, New York. For a century Kodak was the world leader in photographic film production. The company also made and marketed cameras, especially the popular easy-to-use Brownie models. Th

 

Eaton Paper Corp.

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Ebser

<p>Information on this company is not currently available.</p> <p>Company catalogue available in <a href="http://library.syr.edu/digital/guides/c/casper_coll.htm">Irwin Casper Collection of Brush Product Literature</a>.</p>

 

Eclipse Moulded Products Co.

Milwaukee-based molding company. In the 1940 Eclipse manufactured aircraft accessories, tank parts, washing machine agitators, and a wide variety of industrial items. Eclipse practiced compression molding and injection molding and extrusion. In 1944-1945

 

Edison General Electric Appliance Co, Inc.

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Edison Giocattoli

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Edwin F. Bushman

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Ekco Products Co.

<p>Ekco Products was one of the world's largest producers of housewares in the mid-20th century. The company was especially known for its wide range of pots and pans kitchen tools and cutlery, many of which used both thermoset and thermoplastic plastics f

 

Elmer E. Mills Corp.

Chicago-based injection molders and extruders of Tenite, Lumarith, Plastacele, Fibestos, lucite, Nylon, Plexiglas, Polystyrene, Styron, Laolin, Vinylite, Geon, Plexene, Polyethylene, Cerex, Forticel, Saran and other thermoplastic materials. In the early 1

 

Embossing Co.

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Empire Brushes, Inc.

<p>Empire Brushes, Inc. produced a variety of household and industrial brushes and cleaning products.&nbsp; It was acquired by Rubbermaid in 1994.</p> <p>Company catalogue available in <a href="http://library.syr.edu/digital/guides/c/casper_coll.htm">Irwi

 

Empire Pencil Co.

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Endeavor

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Enjay Company, Inc.

The Enjay Company, Inc. was a petrochemical company that produced Escon polypropylene, and oxengenated solvents for surface coatings. See: &quot;Escon Polypropylene, (advertisement insert), Modern Plastics 37:7 (March 1960), 69-72.

 

Erie County Plastics Corp.

<p>Erie County Plastics Corporation was a custom injection molder of plastics packaging and components, founded in 1960 in Corry, Pennsylvania, as a two-press operation. It moved into an expanded facility in 2001 and ran 67 injection presses. The company