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Ingersoll Machine Tools average salary is $55,977, median salary is $58,510 with a salary range from $36,000 to $70,886.
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Systems Engineer 65,270-65,270 Monee, IL, 60449 2013 Ingersoll Machine Tools Systems Engineer Salaries (1)
Ingersoll Machine Tools Monee, IL Salaries
Systems Administrator 51,750-70,886 Monee, IL, 60449 2012 Ingersoll Machine Tools Systems Administrator Salaries (2)
Ingersoll Machine Tools Monee, IL Salaries
Marketing/business Development 36,000-36,000 Monee, IL, 60449 2010 Ingersoll Machine Tools Marketing/business Development Salaries (1)
Ingersoll Machine Tools Monee, IL Salaries
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  • Ingersoll Machine Tools Inc
  • Industry: Machine Tools
  • City: Rockford, IL
  • Ingersoll International is a candidate for retooling. A maker of machine tools, manufacturing systems, and metal-cutting tools, the company filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in April 2003. The company sold some assets (including its automotive transfer-line division, a number of tool producers, and various plants) and laid off employees in an attempt to remain viable and avoid Chapter 11. The company's German operations are still intact, unaffected by the bankruptcy. The company was founded in 1887 by Winthrop Ingersoll and is majority owned by descendants of his son-in-law, Robert Gaylord.