Business & Finance: Ford Salvage

It has been frequently remarked of the Chicago packers that they left nothing of the pig but his squeal. Evidently Henry Ford has taken the packers as a model, for the salvage operations in his factories are said to be unusually efficient and complete, and productive of great economies. According to a recent report, the salvage squad of 417 men dispose each day of 392 tons of steel trimmings, 190 tons of baled steel, and 153 tons of cast iron borings. In addition, it saves about 91/2 tons of paper, several tons of miscellaneous...

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