Crane Co.

Updated: 04/26/2017 by Computer Hope

Interpoint logoFounded in 1855 by Richard Teller Crane, the Crane company is a holding company with subsidiaries in the aerospace, electronics, engineered materials, vending machines, and controls.

The Crane Brands include: Hydro-Aire (founded 1943), Polyflon (founded 1956), Lear Romec (founded 1904), ELDEC, Interpoint (founded 1969), Signal Technology (founded 1982), Keltec (founded 1958), P.L. Porter (founded 1947), and Merrimac Industries (founded 1954).

Contact information

Phone: (425) 895-3007
Fax: (425) 882-1990
TDD: None or unknown
Website: http://www.craneco.com/
http://www.craneae.com/
E-mail: Crane contact page
Address: Crane Aerospace and Electronics
10301 Willows Rd.
Redmond, WA 98052
Stock: CR

Company News

2010 - Crane acquires Merrimac Industries.

2004 - Crane acquires P.L. Porter.

2003 - Crane acquires Keltec.

2003 - Crane acquires Signal Technology.

1996 - Crane acquires Interpoint.

1994 - Crane acquires ELDEC.

1990 - Crane acquires Lear Romec.

1985 - Crane acquires Polyflon.

1951 - Crane acquires Hydro-Aire.