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Page entitled : The Johnson Company under pressure

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How the contraction of the T-rail market brought competitors to the Johnson Company and the street railway niche, forcing Arthur Moxham to devise a new strategy   

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...  excluded smaller producers, such as the Pennsylvania Steel Company (Montour), the North Branch Steel Co (Wharton) and the Tidewater Steel Works. In desperate need of new customers, these companies turned their attention to the street railway market and thereby did not hesitate to infringe on the Johnson Company’s patents  ...

 

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