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749. Crane
Financials: Latest Results
Rank: 749 (Previous rank: 795)
Compare tool: Crane vs. Top 10
CEO: Eric C. Fast
Address: 100 First Stamford Pl.
Stamford, CT 06902
Phone: 203-363-7300
Website: www.craneco.com
Revenues 2,619.2 16.1
Profits -62.3 -137.6
Assets 2,877.3
Stockholders' equity 884.8
Market value (3/28/2008) 2,409.6
Revenues -2.4
Assets -2.2
Stockholders' equity -7.0
2007 $ -1.04
% change from 2006 -139.0
1997-2007 annual growth rate % N.A.
2007 18.9
1997-2007 annual rate 6.1
1 Caterpillar 50 44,958.0
2 Deere 102 24,082.2
3 Illinois Tool Works 155 16,278.9
4 Cummins 206 13,048.0
5 Eaton 207 13,033.0
6 Trane 241 10,915.1
7 Parker Hannifin 247 10,718.1
8 ITT 285 9,181.1
9 Terex 287 9,137.7
10 Dover 331 7,487.2
11 AGCO 359 6,828.1
12 Black & Decker 372 6,563.2
13 Timken 457 5,236.0
14 General Cable 502 4,614.8
15 Harsco 546 4,073.1
16 Manitowoc 551 4,005.0
17 Flowserve 576 3,762.7
18 Lennox International 579 3,749.7
19 Nacco Industries 591 3,602.7
20 Pentair 613 3,398.7
21 Snap-On 691 2,914.1
22 Teleflex 697 2,866.5
23 International Game Technology 748 2,621.4
24 Crane 749 2,619.2
25 Joy Global 761 2,547.3
26 Kennametal 792 2,400.5
27 Nortek 804 2,340.1
28 Lincoln Electric Holdings 820 2,280.8
29 Pall 826 2,249.9
30 Briggs & Stratton 848 2,157.2
31 Sauer-Danfoss 904 1,972.5
32 Donaldson 915 1,918.8
33 Toro 924 1,876.9
34 Gardner Denver 925 1,868.8
35 Mueller Water Products 928 1,849.0
36 Dresser-Rand Group 985 1,665.0
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