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Rochester Midland Corporation

Rochester Midland Corporation
Type Private
Industry Chemicals
Predecessors Rochester Germicide Company
Founded Rochester, New York, United States (1888 (1888))
Founders Daniel N. Calkins and Clarence P. Crowell
Headquarters Ogden, New York, United States
Area served Upstate New York
Key people Harlan D. Calkins, chairman and CEO
Michael S. Coyner, president and COO
Products Cleaning products for health care, educational facilities, building service contractors, retail operations, food service, and restoration cleaning
Divisions Global Division
Distributed Products Division
Website .com.rochestermidlandwww

Rochester Midland Corporation is a

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Founded as Rochester Germicide in 1888, Rochester Midland Corporation is one of only four companies still in business in Rochester since 1900.

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