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The International Nickel Company was founded on March 29, 1902 in New Jersey as a result of a merger between the Carnegie Steel Company, Canadian Copper Company and Orford Copper Company. Its industry is metals and its headquarters were in New York City, New York (1902-1998) and Paramus, New Jersey (1998-present). It was acquired by its Canadian subsidiary, the International Nickel Company of Canada, Ltd. in 1928.

SUBSIDIARIES

  • International Nickel Company of Canada, Ltd. (1916-1928)

COMPANY NAMES

International Nickel Company (1902-1976)

Inco United States, Inc. (1976-2004)

International Nickel Inc. (2004-2008)

Vale Inco Americas Inc. (2008-2010)

Vale Americas Inc. (2010-present)

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PRODUCTS

  • Monel
    • Acid Pails
  • Nickel

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