The DeWalt Products Company was founded in December 1924 by Raymond E. DeWalt in Leola, Pennsylvania. Its industry is tools and its headquarters were in Leola, Pennsylvania (1924-1929), Lancaster, Pennsylvania (1929-1984), Hampstead, Maryland (1984-2000?) and Towson, Maryland (2000?-present). In 1949, the company was acquired by the American Machine & Foundry Company. In 1960, it was sold to the Black & Decker Manufacturing Company.
- DeWalt Canada, Ltd. (est. 1953)
DeWalt Products Company (1924-1947)
DeWalt, Inc. (1947-1965)
DeWalt Division (1965-1992)
DeWalt Industrial Tool Company (1992-present)
- DeWalt Woodworker