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Taylor Devices, Inc. engages in the design, development, manufacture and marketing of shock absorption, rate control and energy storage devices for use in various types of vehicles, machinery, equipment and structures. Its products include seismic dampers, which are designed to ameliorate the effects of earthquake tremors on structures, and represent a substantial part of the business of the company; Fluidicshoks, which are small, extremely compact shock absorbers, produced in various sizes for primary use in the defense, aerospace and commercial industry; crane and industrial buffers, which are larger versions of the Fluidicshoks, produced in various sizes for industrial application on cranes, ships, container ships, railroad cars, truck docks, ladle and ingot cars, ore trolleys and car stops; self-adjusting shock absorbers, which include versions of Fluidicshoks and crane and industrial buffers, automatically adjust to different impact conditions, and are designed for high cycle application primarily in the heavy industry; liquid die springs, which are used as component parts of machinery and equipment used in the manufacture of tools and dies; and vibration dampers, which are used primarily by the aerospace and defense industries to control the response of electronics and optical systems subjected to air, ship, or spacecraft vibration. The company was founded by Paul H. Taylor on July 22, 1955 and is headquartered in North Tonawanda, NY.
|Douglas P. Taylor||Chairman, President & Chief Executive Officer|
|Benjamin Kujawinski||Operations Manager|
|Mark V. McDonough||Chief Financial Officer & Treasurer|
|Richard G. Hill||Director & Executive Vice President|
|Reginald B. Newman||Secretary & Independent Director|