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Makita Corporation, through its subsidiaries, engages in the manufacture and sale of portable electric power tools in Japan. Its power tool products include portable woodworking tools, portable general purpose tools, stationary woodworking machines, and other products. Portable woodworking tools consist of saws, planers, mortisers, groove cutters, routers, trimmers, nailers, and tackers. Portable general purpose tools include drills, hammer drills, rotary hammers, electric breakers (jackhammers), grinders, sanders, cutters, cutting machines, nibblers and shears, screwdrivers, and impact wrenches, which are used for working on metal and materials other than wood. The company's stationary woodworking machines consist of planer-jointers, wood surfacers, band saws, and table saws, all of which are installed in workshops and used for surfacing and cutting wood. Its other products include chain saws, hand-held vacuum cleaners for home use, industrial vacuum cleaners, submersible pumps, and garden tools, such as hedge trimmers. The company also manufactures and markets a range of parts and accessories for its products and performs repair work as part of its after-sale services. Makita sells its products to commercial and professional users, such as those engaged in timber and metal processing, carpentry, and concrete and masonry works through its sales subsidiaries and distributors located in the Japan, North America, Europe, Asia, and in other countries. Makita Corporation was founded in 1915. The company was formerly known as Makita Electric Works, Ltd. and changed its name to Makita Corporation in 1991. The company is headquartered in Anjo City, Japan.


Lincoln Electric Holdings, Inc. engages in the manufacture and resale of welding and cutting products in North America and internationally. The company's welding products include arc welding power sources, wire feeding systems, robotic welding packages, fume extraction equipment, consumable electrodes, and fluxes. Its welding product offerings also comprise regulators and torches used in oxy-fuel welding and cutting. The company's primary end user markets comprise general metal fabrication; infrastructure, including oil and gas pipelines and platforms, buildings and bridges, and power generation; transportation and defense industries; equipment manufacturers in construction, farming, and mining; retail resellers; and rental markets. It sells its products principally through industrial distributors, retailers, and also directly to users of welding products in North America. The company also has an international sales organization that sells products to distributors, agents, dealers, and product users internationally. Lincoln Electric Holdings is headquartered in Cleveland, Ohio.


The L.S. Starrett Company manufactures industrial, professional, and consumer products. It offers various items, including precision tools, electronic gages, dial indicators, gage blocks, granite surface plates, vision systems, optical measuring projectors, tape measures, levels, chalk products, squares, band saw blades, hole saws, hacksaw blades, jig saw blades, reciprocating saw blades, M1 lubricant, and precision ground flat stock and drill rod. The company sells its tools and instruments worldwide to metalworking, automotive, aviation, marine, and farm equipment shops, as well as to builders, carpenters, plumbers, and electricians. The L.S. Starrett Company was founded in 1880 and is headquartered in Athol, Massachusetts.


The Toro Company engages in the design, manufacture, and marketing of turf maintenance equipment, turf and micro irrigation systems, landscaping equipment, and residential yard products worldwide. It operates in two segments, Professional and Residential. The Professional segment provides solutions for landscape, turf care maintenance, and residential demands. The segment's products comprise riding mowers, walk behind mowers, and compact utility loaders to landscape contractor market; and riding rotary units, aerators, attachments, and debris management products, which include versatile debris vacuums, blowers, and sweepers to sports fields and grounds market. It also provides sprinkler heads, brass and plastic valves, and electric and hydraulic control devices used in residential and commercial turf irrigation systems; large reel and rotary riding products for fairway, rough, and trim cutting; riding and walking mowers for putting greens and specialty areas; turf sprayer equipment; utility vehicles; turf aerators; and bunker maintenance equipment. In addition, the segment offers underground irrigation systems, including sprinkler heads and controllers that activate electric, battery-operated, or hydraulic valves; and irrigation emission devices that regulate the flow of drip irrigation to agricultural irrigation market. The Residential segment offers walk power mower products; riding products that comprise rear engine riding mower, lawn tractor models, and garden tractor models; and electric and battery operated flexible line grass trimmers, electric blowers, electric blower-vacuums, and electric snow throwers. This segment also provides underground and hose-end retail irrigation products, and snow thrower models. Toro distributes its products through dealers, retailers, home centers, and over the Internet. It also provides financing for the company's distributors and the U.S. dealers. Toro was founded in 1914 and is headquartered in Bloomington, Minnesota.


Simpson Manufacturing Co., Inc., through its subsidiaries, Simpson Strong-Tie Company, Inc. and Simpson Dura-Vent Company, Inc., engages in designing, engineering, and manufacturing wood-to-wood, wood-to-concrete, and wood-to-masonry connectors, as well as screw fastening systems and collated screws, prefabricated shearwalls, and venting systems for gas and wood burning appliances. It also offers a line of adhesives, mechanical anchors, and powder actuated tools for concrete, masonry, and steel. The company markets its products to the residential construction, light industrial and commercial construction, remodeling, and do-it-yourself markets. It operates in the United States, Canada, Mexico, and Central and South America, as well as Europe, Japan, Australia, and New Zealand. Simpson Manufacturing Co. is headquartered in Dublin, California.


P&F Industries, Inc., through its wholly owned subsidiaries, engages in the manufacture and import of pneumatic hand tools, agricultural equipment, and various heating products, as well as door, window, and fencing hardware. In addition, the company also imports various security hardware items and compressor air filters, markets a line of pipe-cutting and threading tools, and manufactures heavy-duty pipe wrenches. The company's air-powered tools include sanders, grinders, drills, saws, and impact wrenches. Its customers include industrial maintenance and production staffs, do-it-yourself mechanics, automobile mechanics, and auto body personnel. The company's baseboard heating products are sold under the Embassy name, for use in hot-water heating systems installed in single family homes, multiunit dwellings, and commercial and industrial buildings. Its door, window, and fencing hardware products include rollers, hinges, window operators, sash locks, custom zinc castings and door closers. Its customers include contractors, home builders, pool and patio distributors, original equipment manufacturers, and general consumers. The company offers its products through distributors, retailers, private label customers, in-house sales personnel, and manufacturers' representatives. P&F Industries was founded in 1959 and is headquartered in Farmingdale, New York.


Snap-on Incorporated engages in the manufacture and marketing of tool, diagnostic, and equipment solutions. It offers a line of products and complementary services under two product categories, Tools and Equipment. Tools product category comprises hand tools, power tools, and tool storage products. Hand tools include wrenches, screwdrivers, sockets, pliers, ratchets, saws and cutting tools, and pruning tools. Power tools include pneumatic; cordless; and corded tools, such as impact wrenches, ratchets, chisels, drills, sanders, and polishers. Tool storage products include tool chests and roll cabinets. Equipment product category consists of solutions for the diagnosis and service of automotive and industrial equipment. Its products include engine analyzers, air conditioning service equipment, brake service equipment, fluid exchange equipment, wheel balancing and alignment equipment, transmission troubleshooting equipment, safety testing equipment, battery chargers, lifts and hoists, diagnostics equipment, and service and collision repair equipment. This product category also includes service and repair information products, diagnostic services, business management systems, point-of-sale systems, integrated systems for vehicle service shops, equipment repair services, and purchasing facilitation services. In addition, the company offers financial services to its customers. Snap-on's customers include automotive technicians; vehicle service centers; manufacturers; industrial tool and equipment users; and those involved in commercial applications, such as construction, electrical, and agriculture. It markets its products and brands in approximately 110 countries, including the United States, Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the Netherlands, Spain, Sweden, and the United Kingdom. The company was founded by Joseph Johnson, William Seidemann, Stanton Palmer, and Newton Tarble in 1920. Snap-on Incorporated is based in Pleasant Prairie, Wisconsin.


The Eastern Company engages in the manufacture and sale of industrial hardware, security products, and metal castings primarily in North America. It operates in three segments: Industrial Hardware, Security Products, and Metal Products. The Industrial Hardware segment offers industrial and vehicular hardware, which include passenger restraint locks, slam and draw latches, dead bolt and compression latches, cam-type vehicular locks, hinges, tool box locks, light-weight sleeper boxes, and school bus door closure hardware. Its products are used in tractor-trailer trucks, moving vans, off-road construction and farming equipment, military vehicles, and recreational boats, as well as in pickup trucks, sport utility vehicles, and fire and rescue vehicles. The Security Products segment provides electronic and mechanical locking devices for the computer, electronics, vending, and gaming industries, as well as to the luggage, furniture, laboratory equipment, and commercial laundry industries. It also offers coin acceptors and other coin security products used primarily in the commercial laundry markets. In addition, it provides security for the access control, municipal parking, and vending markets through the use of smart card technology. The segment's products also include timers, drop meters, coin chutes, money boxes, meter cases, smart cards, value transfer stations, smart card readers, card management software, and access control units. The Metal Products segment produces expansion shells used in supporting the roofs of underground mines. It also offers specialty malleable and ductile iron castings, which serve the construction and electrical industries. The segment's products include mine roof support anchors, couplers for braking systems, adjustable clamps for construction, and fittings for electrical installations. The company also operates in Taiwan and China. The Eastern Company was founded in 1858 and is based in Naugatuck, Connecticut.


The Black & Decker Corporation (BDC) engages in the manufacture and marketing of power tools and accessories, hardware and home improvement products, and fastening systems. Power Tools and Accessories segment offers corded and cordless electric power tools and equipment, electric lawn and garden tools, home products, and product service. Power tools and equipment include drills, screwdrivers, impact wrenches and drivers, hammers, wet/dry vacuums, radio/chargers, saws, grinders, jointers, lathes, and dust management systems. Power tool accessories include drill, hammer, screwdriver, and router bits; saw blades; bonded abrasives; and worksite tool belts and bags. Product service provides replacement parts, and repair and maintenance of power tools, equipment, and lawn and garden tools. Hardware and Home Improvement Products segment offers security hardware and plumbing products. Its security hardware products consist of residential and light commercial door locksets, electronic keyless entry systems, exit devices, keying systems, general and decorative hardware, lighting, home accents, and collectibles. Plumbing products consist of lavatory, kitchen, and tub and shower faucets; bath and kitchen accessories; and replacement parts. Fastening and Assembly Systems segment manufactures metal and plastic fasteners, and engineered fastening systems for blind riveting, stud welding, assembly systems, specialty screws, prevailing torque nuts and assemblies, insert systems, metal and plastic fasteners, and self-piercing riveting systems. The company's power tools and accessories, and hardware and home improvement products are sold to retailers, wholesalers, distributors, and jobbers. The fastening and assembly products are sold to automotive, transportation, electronics, aerospace, machine tool, and appliance industries through distributors and representatives. BDC was founded in 1910 by S. Duncan Black and Alonzo G. Decker. The company is headquartered in Towson, Maryland.