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Curbell average salary is $80,700, median salary is $68,000 with a salary range from $68,000 to $115,000.
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68,000
Average
80,700
Median
68,000
High
115,000
Total 2 Curbell Salaries. Sorted by Date, page 1
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Job Title Salaries City Year More Info
Business Solution Analyst (industrial Engineer) 68,000-68,000 Orchard Park, NY, 14127 2010 Curbell Business Solution Analyst (industrial Engineer) Salaries (6)
Curbell Orchard Park, NY Salaries
Industrial Engineer 92,000-115,000 Orchard Park, NY, 14127 2010 Curbell Industrial Engineer Salaries (4)
Curbell Orchard Park, NY Salaries
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Curbell Information
  • Curbell, Inc
  • Industry: Plastic/Rubber
  • City: Orchard Park, NY
  • Curbell Machine Company was founded in 1942 as a small machine shop in the heart of Buffalo's industrial district. Originally the internal machine shop for a macaroni manufacturer, the company discovered a new niche when approached by a local aerospace company to fabricate aircraft components from a relatively unknown material called "plastic." As the machine shop's expertise in plastic fabrication grew, other aerospace companies joined its client list, and soon the company became a separate entity, focusing exclusively on the custom fabrication of plastic components. The new company took the name "Curbell" from two of its major customers: Curtiss-Wright and