Updated: 03/06/2020 by Computer Hope
Founded 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).
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|Website:||Crane Co. official website
Crane Aerospace & Aeronautics official website
|E-mail:||Crane contact page|
|Address:||Crane Executive Offices
100 First Stamford Place
Stamford, Connecticut 06902
Crane Aerospace and Electronics
10301 Willows Rd.
Redmond, WA 98052
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2010 - Crane acquired Merrimac Industries.
2004 - Crane acquired P.L. Porter.
2003 - Crane acquired Keltec.
2003 - Crane acquired Signal Technology.
1996 - Crane acquired Interpoint.
1994 - Crane acquired ELDEC.
1990 - Crane acquired Lear Romec.
1985 - Crane acquired Polyflon.
1951 - Crane acquired Hydro-Aire.