HPM nearly gone


The former Hydraulic Press Manufacturing Company plant in Mount Gilead is nearly gone as seen by this photo taken Monday afternoon, March 8. Demolition of the historic HPM plant began Dec. 22, 2020. The HPM plastics and die-casting equipment operation closed in 2010, bringing an end to a century-plus of machinery manufacturing in the village.

The former Hydraulic Press Manufacturing Company plant in Mount Gilead is nearly gone as seen by this photo taken Monday afternoon, March 8. Demolition of the historic HPM plant began Dec. 22, 2020. The HPM plastics and die-casting equipment operation closed in 2010, bringing an end to a century-plus of machinery manufacturing in the village.


Anthony Conchel | The Sentinel

The former Hydraulic Press Manufacturing Company plant in Mount Gilead is nearly gone as seen by this photo taken Monday afternoon, March 8. Demolition of the historic HPM plant began Dec. 22, 2020. The HPM plastics and die-casting equipment operation closed in 2010, bringing an end to a century-plus of machinery manufacturing in the village.

The former Hydraulic Press Manufacturing Company plant in Mount Gilead is nearly gone as seen by this photo taken Monday afternoon, March 8. Demolition of the historic HPM plant began Dec. 22, 2020. The HPM plastics and die-casting equipment operation closed in 2010, bringing an end to a century-plus of machinery manufacturing in the village.
https://www.morrowcountysentinel.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/29/2021/03/web1_158128868_10215892707705709_636726923200628169_o.jpgThe former Hydraulic Press Manufacturing Company plant in Mount Gilead is nearly gone as seen by this photo taken Monday afternoon, March 8. Demolition of the historic HPM plant began Dec. 22, 2020. The HPM plastics and die-casting equipment operation closed in 2010, bringing an end to a century-plus of machinery manufacturing in the village. Anthony Conchel | The Sentinel