Mayfran International

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Mayfran International
Type Public
Industry Machinery
Founded 1933
Founder(s) George Meyfarth
A.J. Franz
Headquarters Cleveland, Ohio, United States
Number of locations 6 production facilities
14 sales and services offices[1]
Area served Worldwide
Key people Masatoshi Okada (President)
Products Conveyors
Chip processing
Coolant filtration
Website www.mayfran.com

Mayfran International is an International company that sells customized or adapted products and systems that process materials and fluids in automated manufacturing and scrap management operations. It operates six production facilities and 14 sales and service offices, and the company operates throughout the U.S., Canada, China, the Czech Republic, France, Germany, Italy, India, Japan, Korea, the Netherlands, and the United Kingdom.[1]

Mayfran Engineering Company was founded by George Meyfarth and A.J. Franz in Cleveland, Ohio, in 1933 as a general industrial engineering firm. In the 1950s, after developing a number of technological innovations, including its patented "hinged steel belt", the company began to focus more closely on the metal working industry, developing products and systems for machining, stamping and scrap handling operations. Since September 2012, Mayfran is a member of the Tsubakimoto Chain Group, of Osaka, Japan.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Why Mayfran". Mayfran International. 
  2. ^ Tsubakimoto Chain Co., at its Board of Directors meeting on July 20, 2012, resolved to acquire the Mayfran Group , according to "Tsubaki to acquire the Mayfran Group". Tsubakimoto Chain Co. 20 July 2012. Retrieved 15 July 2014. 

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