About Us

What we do

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Company video

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Our mission

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Our history

Timothy Doe creates company & manages it (1904-1925)

May 1904

Grandfather Timothy Doe with Jonathan Smith create company named DoeSmith Inc.

24 June 1905

First headquaters are located in Timothy’s old working place.

6 March 1910

Company begins to manufacture machine tools for aircraft industry.

1911

Company produces 70 different types of machine tools and give a workplace for 2100 employees.

13 September 1925

Timothy Doe dies in age of 54. His young son, Jack takes over the company in age of 24.
Jack Doe becomes a owner (1925 - 1987)

7 June 1930

Jack Doe builds another factory in Washingthon. Number of employed people is 3 400.

18 February 1956

Jack Doe changes the name of company to Machinery and starts lathe production.

30 August 1960

First line of CNC machines is created and takes the major share of market. Machinery’s estimated value is $1,4 bln.

11 April 1972

CNC machines are still developed. Company registeres dozenes of patents.

26 October 1987

Jack Doe dies leaving the company to his son John.
John Doe manages the company (1987 - today)

1 July 1991

John Doe acquires two smaller competitors and carries out a fushion.

31 December 1996

Machinery ends the year with $15 bln in revenue and 9 500 people employed around the world.

23 May 2003

First seperate Construction Centre opened, in New York City.

8 September 2007

European Specialized Construction Centre opened in London.

10 December 2012

Machinery acquires SmallMachineryCompany and has monopoly on the market.

Our team

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John Doe

CEO

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Jonathan Banks

CTO

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Jessica Woody

Assistant

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Jacob Johnson

Manager

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William Miller

Consultant

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Matt Brown

Constructor

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Washington

Washinghton

New York

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London

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