Niedner traces its origin back to 1895 when Charles Henry Niedner immigrated to North America and began manufacturing linen fire hose in Malden, Massachusetts. In the first half of this century, linen fire hose represented a significant portion of the requirements in forestry and interior fire protection. The Malden plant expanded in size, and business increased to the point where a second manufacturing facility was built in Coaticook, Quebec in 1914. This plant was added to in several stages and finally retired in 1992. During that same year Niedner invested $3,300,000 and built a new manufacturing center.
Niedner is pleased to announce to all customers that it has received ISO9001 : 2000 certification.
Niedner and its employees are committed to a continued team effort of ensuring you, our customers, of a quality product utilizing tomorrow's technology today.
This state of the art facility consists of in excess of 80,000 square feet (7,400 square meters) exclusively devoted to the research, development and manufacturing of rigid and lay flat liquid distribution hoses, destined for both domestic and export production.
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