Barber Greene

Barber Greene

B.G. Pavers (formerly Barber-Greene), founded in 1916 by American mechanical engineers Harry H. Barber and William B. Greene, was a company formed to sell standardized material-handling machines to mechanize small manual tasks in an economical way. Though the company began by offering conveyors and bucket loaders, it is best known for its contributions to the asphalt field. Based in Preston, Lancashire they have been manufactured continuously in the UK since 1941.

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