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The Farrel Foundry & Machine Company was founded in 1848 (incorporated 1857) by Almon Farrel and his son Franklin in Ansonia, Connecticut. Its industry is rubber and plastics processing machinery and equipment (originally cast iron products and rolling mill machinery) and its headquarters have remained in Ansonia, Connecticut.

It was acquired by the USM Corporation in 1968, becoming a division known as the Farrel Machinery Group. In 1976, both companies were merged with the Emhart Corporation. It was acquired by private investors in 1986. In 2009, the firm was acquired by L. Possehl & Company and was integrated into its HF Mixing Group in 2010. Today, it does business by the name Farrel Pomini, a joint operation comprised of the Farrel Corp. and POMINI Rubber & Plastics srl.

SUBSIDIARIES

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PLANTS

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COMPANY NAMES

  • Almon Farrel & Company (1848-1849)
  • Farrel, Johnson & Company (1849-1850)
  • Farrel Foundry (1850-1857)
  • Farrel Foundry & Machine Company (1857-1927)
  • Farrel-Birmingham Company (1927-1963)
  • Farrel Corporation (1963-1969)
  • Farrel Company (1969-1986)
  • Farrel Corporation (1986-present)

PRODUCTS

  • Veneer Cutting Machines
    • Rotary
    • Upright

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