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Windsor Tool & Die – Kildare Road – 1964

From the Windsor Star – December 31, 1964

    CONTINUOUS EXPANSION – Windsor Tool and Die Ltd.,
    1680 Kildare Rd., has undergone an expansion nearly every
    year since the firm located on Kildare Rd. in 1948. The
    nearly 60,000 square-foot building houses to subsidiary
    operations, Banner Metals and Flagg Fire Equipment. It
    specializes in a wide variety of work, mainly in the stamping
    field for the automotive industry. Employing more than 200
    worker, the business was started in Windsor in 1927. Another
    addition to the plant is just completed to provider additional
    manufacturing space. The photo shows the front view of the
    office and plant.

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