|Headquarters||1584-1590 Niagara Street, Buffalo, New York|
|Key people||Archibald McKaig, President; Harry C. Young, Vice-President, and Chauncey R. Hatch Secretary and Treasurer |
McKaig-Hatch was a tool manufacturer for the automotive industry. The company, based out of Buffalo, New York made economy tools, and produced and supplied the screwdriver, pliers, and open-end wrenches in the pouch tool kits supplied with new Ford and GM cars from the 1930s through the 1950s.
McKaig-Hatch was founded in Buffalo, New York in 1913 by Archibald McKaig, Harry C. Young, and Chauncey R. Hatch. McKaig-Hatch became a division of Tasa Coal Company, which later became Tasa Corporation.
- Motor World Wholesale, Volume 37, No. 2, New York, NY: Chilton Company, October 2, 1913, p. 34
- Iron Age, Volume 92, New York, NY: David Williams Company, October 2, 1913, p. 754