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A Century of Innovation is a celebration of the values and innovative thinking that makes a company unique. Traits like perseverance, ingenuity and creativity make their first 100 years a century of success.
3 M logo There are many reasons for 3M's hundred years of progress: the unique ability to create new-to-the-world product categories, market leadership achieved by serving customers better than anyone else can, and a global network of unequalled international resources. Learn more.
Carrier logo Celebrating 100 years of innovation and the invention of modern air conditioning by its founder, Willis Haviland Carrier, Carrier Corporation, is the world's largest manufacturer of heating, air conditioning and refrigeration equipment. Learn more
Ford logo Ford Motor Company started the last century with a single man envisioning products that would meet the needs of people in a world on the verge of high-gear industrialization. The company is beginning its second century of existence with a worldwide organization that retains and expands Henry Ford's heritage by developing products that serve the varying and ever-changing needs of people in the global community. Learn more
Harley Davidson logo Harley-Davidson, Inc. is an action-oriented, international company, a leader in its commitment to continuously improve our mutually beneficial relationships with stakeholders (customers, suppliers, employees, shareholders, governments and society). Learn more
Nestle logo The origins of the Nestle Company go all the way back to 1867, when Henri Nestle created a nutritious product for infants that could be used by mothers who were unable to breast-feed. Today, Nestley has grown and expanded to include the widest range of wholesome foods for people throughout the world.  Learn more
On October 22, 1895 Ignaz Schwinn, with his financial partner Adolph Arnold, incorporated "Arnold, Schwinn & Company". Within a few short years of its creation, the company became an acknowledged technical and quality leader of the American bicycle industry Now more than 100 years later, Schwinn has become an American icon and built some of the best-known and best-loved bicycles of all time In 1967 the company was renamed the Schwinn Bicycle Company   Learn more
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