With the 2006 acquisition of Morris Material Handling, Konecranes became the rightful owner of the engineering drawings, manufacturing machines and general know-how that built the P&H™ brand of overhead crane dating back to 1884.One small but significant asset could not and did not come along with the purchase – the black and yellow, boldly rectangular logo that is the P&H™ trademark.Since the late-twentieth century, much of the area has been demolished and redeveloped with a mixture of market and social housing.
People search, criminal records check, pre-employment screening, background checks on people in Russia, Ukraine, Belarus and other FSU countries.If you are not sure about something just leave a comment below and I will try to clear it up for you.Did you know why Morris Material Handling can use the P&H™ logo but Konecranes cannot?Meanwhile, Morris Material Handling is able to continue using the P&H™ trademark because its license agreement with Harnischfeger Technologies remains in effect. Please read this a couple of times or call our Communications group in Springfield, Ohio if you’d like more information.Unfortunately, the license agreement does not extend up the org chart to the parent company, Konecranes. Not so strange a story in these complicated days of trademark law.
Drawings of children at work and play by Berta Hummel, then known as sister Maria Innocentia, are the basis of all the Hummel figurines.