Metz Manufacturing Company Incorporated

The Horseless Age
September 1, 1909

The Metz Manufacturing Company has been incorporated under Massachusetts laws at Waltham, Mass., to take over the business of the C.H. Metz Company, which nearly a year ago bought out the Waltham Manufacturing Company. The new company is capitalized at $500,000. The directors are John C. Robbins, president; Charles Spiegelberg, treasurer, and Charles H. Wolfe. Mr. Metz is the majority stock-holder. The company will continue to manufacture assembled parts for the runabout, which are sold under what is known as the Metz plan, the purchasers doing the final assembling themselves. It is said that nearly 200 men are at present at work in the company’s plant. There has been some talk of removing the business to some other city, but the Waltham Business Men’s Association has taken the matter up, and will make endeavors to hold the company.


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