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Combination Steel and Iron Company         
The Combination Steel and Iron Company was a steel mill founded in Chester, Pennsylvania by shipbuilder John Roach in 1880. Unlike Roach's other companies, Combination Iron and Steel was initially established not to support the operations of his Chester shipyard, but to produce steel rails and other products for third parties.
Oregon Iron Company         
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  • Remains of the crucible of the second furnace in Lake Oswego's Roehr Park on the bank of the Willamette River
  • Simeon G. Reed became president of the Oregon Iron & Steel Company in 1882
  • William S. Ladd led the group of financiers that founded the Oregon Iron Company in 1865
FORMER BUSINESS ENTERPRISE
Oregon Iron and Steel Company; Oregon Iron & Steel Company; Oswego Iron Company
The Oregon Iron Company was an iron smelting company located in what is now Lake Oswego, Oregon. The company was established in 1865, and in 1867, became the first company west of the Rocky Mountains in the United States to smelt iron.
Chongqing Iron and Steel Company         
CHINESE IRON AND STEEL MANUFACTURER
Chongqing Iron and Steel; Chongqing Iron and Steel Company Limited; Chongqing Steel; Chongqing iron and steel company
Chongqing Iron and Steel Company Limited (,), or CISC is an iron and steel manufacturing state-owned enterprise in Chongqing, China.