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April 29, 1999 | Bloomberg News
Standard Automotive Corp., a maker of trailer chassis, bought a Stanton company and three other firms for an undisclosed amount to produce parts for aerospace and nuclear power companies. The newly acquired businesses, which have total annual revenue of $41 million, include All Metals Processing, a Stanton-based aircraft parts maker. The acquisitions also include Ranor Inc., a Westfield, Mass.-based aerospace and nuclear industry parts maker; Smith Machine Works Inc.
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April 29, 1999 | Bloomberg News
Standard Automotive Corp., a maker of trailer chassis, bought a Stanton company and three other firms for an undisclosed amount to produce parts for aerospace and nuclear power companies. The newly acquired businesses, which have total annual revenue of $41 million, include All Metals Processing, a Stanton-based aircraft parts maker. The acquisitions also include Ranor Inc., a Westfield, Mass.-based aerospace and nuclear industry parts maker; Smith Machine Works Inc.
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July 5, 1999 | Bloomberg News
Standard Automotive Corp., a maker of truck trailers, said Friday it has called off plans to acquire a Stanton aircraft-parts maker and a Wichita, Kan., aerospace-parts producer, saying they don't fit its long-term plans to make specialty parts for other industries. Standard Automotive said it won't buy All-Metals Processing of Orange County Inc. and Wichita-based Smith Machine Works Inc.
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