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Bucyrus

(byo͞osī`rəs), city (1990 pop. 13,496), seat of Crawford co., N central Ohio, on the Sandusky River, in a farm area; settled 1818, inc. 1886. It is a trade and industrial center. Manufactures include machinery and electronic and metal products.
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Jordan s new part time office in Bucyrus will operate part time, from 8 a.
Prior to these engagements, Berto held various leadership positions at Bucyrus International, Inc.
While Bucyrus does a lot in underground coal mining, we felt like we needed to do one more thing to put ourselves in a strong position in China underground coal mining.
at a special media event in Milwaukee, celebrated the integration of Bucyrus International.
Caterpillar INC, the world's largest construction and mining equipment maker, has agreed to buy Bucyrus International Inc for $7.
A new, high-tech longwall plow system being rolled out by Bucyrus International is being viewed by the world's largest mining equipment maker as attracting a host of domestic coal companies looking to increase production, safety and efficiency from lower coal seams.
Kraft graduated with an engineering degree from Carnegie Tech, Pittsburgh, and started his metalcasting career as a special apprentice at Bucyrus-Erie (now Bucyrus International Inc.
There are four other Velvet distribution centers, located in the Ohio cities of Chillicothe, Bucyrus, Cleveland, and Cincinnati.
Bucyrus, through its acquisition subsidiary, DBT Holdings GmbH, acquired DBT for US$710 million in cash, subject to certain closing adjustments, and 471,476 shares of Bucyrus' common stock with a market value of US$21 million at the time of announcement of the acquisition.
Bucyrus International has built heavy excavating machinery for over a hundred years: it began in 1880 building equipment and became the leading supplier of draglines, shovels and drills for the mining industry, purchasing competitors and today building about 90 percent of the walking draglines in existence.
A 2005 Recycling Market Development Grant from the Ohio Division of Recycling and Litter Prevention will allow Advanced Fiber Technologies of Bucyrus to hire 30 new employees.