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.

LetterALetterBLetterCLetterDLetterELetterFLetterGLetterHLetterILetterJLetterKLetterLLetterMLetterNLetterOLetterPLetterQLetterRLetterSLetterTLetterULetterVLetterWLetterXLetterYLetterZ

Currently showing companies

Gabriel IND. INC

<p>Information on this company is not currently available.</p>

 

Gametime, Inc.

<p>Information on this company is not currently available.</p>

 

Gayla

Gayla is a division of Gaylord Products, which merged with the Morris-Flamingo Co. and collectively became the M.F.G. Corporation. Company catalogue available in Irwin Casper Collection of Brush Product Literature .

 

Gaylord Products

<p>Gaylord Products of Danville, IL manufactures and retails hair care products, including the Gayla line. Gaylord merged with Morris-Flamingo to form the M.F.G. Corporation, but both companies continued to market under their previous names.</p> <p>For un

 

General American Transportation Corp.

The Chicago-based General American Transportation Corporation was a specialized molder and die maker that provided molding, painting, assembly and packaging. In the late 1940s the company molded stackable melamine restaurant tableware. In 1944-1945 Genera

 

General Bakelite Co.

Information on this company is not currently available.

 

General Carpet Cleaning Co.

Cleaner and repairer of oriental rugs located at 125 West 100th Street, New York, NY.

 

General Electric Co.

<p>Information on this company is not currently available.</p>

 

General Electric Co., Plastics Division

<p>Information on this company is not currently available.</p>

 

General Industries Co.

<p>This Elyra, Ohio custom molder made first all-plastic television cabinets for Emerson in 1949.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>See:</p> <p>&ldquo;Emerson&rsquo;s Plastics Story,&rdquo; <em>Modern Plastics</em> (April 1950), 114-116, 212.</p> <p>Advertisement, <em

 

General Mills, Inc.

<p>Information on this company is not currently available.</p>

 

General Motors Co.

<p>Information on this company is not currently available.</p>

 

Georgia Pacific

<p>Information on this company is not currently available.</p>

 

Gibson-Homans Co.

Gibson-Homans Co. was a manufacturer of adhesives, sealants and coatings for building construction and maintenance. It produces roof coatings, waterproofing or weatherproofing roofing materials, fiber cement roofing cheets, and asphalt roofing felt. Aroun

 

Gibson-Thomsen Co. Inc.

<p>Gibson-Thomsen was founded in 1825 as Howard Brushes.</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>

 

Gilbert Plastics

<p>New Brunswick, New Jersey, manufacturer of aerosol overcaps was purcheased by Berry Plastics in 1988.</p>

 

Gillette Safety Razor Co.

From History of Razors and Shaving: On November 15, 1904, patent #775,134 was granted to King C. Gillette for a safety 'razor'. King Camp Gillette was born in Fond du Lac, Wisconsin in 1855. To support himself when the family&amp;rsquo;s home was destroye

 

Gits Molding Corp.

<p>This Chicago, Illinois company made the 'Gitsware' line of injection molded polyethylene dies, marketed a luncheon and picnic sets.</p> <p>Source:</p> <p>Wahlberg, Holly. <em>Everyday Elegance: 1950s Plastic Design </em>(Atglen, PA: Schiffer Publishing

 

Glaros Products Inc.

<p>Information on this company is not currently available.</p>

 

Glasflex, Inc.

<p>Information on this company is not currently available.</p>