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  • Manufacturing Companies
    • Ace Ladder Co.
        • Several people trapped in burning building. "Wait a minute! Say that again, Doris! You know, the part about, if we only had some means of climbing down."
    • ACME Axe And Spearhead Manufacturing Company Unincorporated
        • Joke Bob makes about the factory he constructs over Eden while watching over the Deltans.
    • ACME Doll Factory
        • At the beginning of the film, Wayne and Garth's cable access show, Wayne's World, is transmitting from the old ACME Doll Factory.
    • ACME Insecticide Inc.
        • There's a spider swinging over the heads of a few scientists, shouting, "Yeeeeeehaaaaaaaaa!"
    • ACME Sales
        • #1 A salesman approaches a house with a guy standing in the yard and a sign on the fence that reads "Beware of Doug". #2 Woman says to salesman as he's leaving her house: "Oh, that's right! You did have a hat. I believe you'll find it in the other room." The hat is seen hanging from the ceiling in the next room, a trap set below it, covered with leaves.
    • ACME Sign Co.
        • Two employess by a pile of signs that read, "The End of the World is Coming." One employee is looking out the window at multiple mushroom clouds, saying, "Wouldn't you know it!... There goes our market for those things!"
    • AIMM Alderson
        • International mining and manufacturing company. A sick employee is shown on an airplane on Day 2.
    • Ajax Cement
        • Mr. Pool hears the thoughts of the man that works for Ajax Cement - he's applying for a loan so he can gamble on racehorses. episode A Penny for Your Thoughts.
    • American Casket Company
        • Louis Creed buys his son the American Casket Company's rosewood model casket, called Eternal Rest, lined with plushy pink silk because the funeral home was out of the ones with blue.
    • Anderson Supplies LTD
        • A company in the same building as Adam and Sons.
    • Armstrong Greeting Cards
        • Greeting Card Company the band meets with in season 1 episode 6. John Hodgman plays representative for the greeting card company.
    • Ationa
        • Company name on dumpster where Kramer finds the set from the Merv Griffin Show. Actually "National", minus the "N" and the "L". "Toilets ' Fences ' Storage Bins ' Temp. Power Sheds" (Season 9 episode The Junk Mail)
    • Atreus Plastics
        • Seen on truck during Fisk's escape in the last episode of season 1 - one of his front companies apparently.
    • Auto Plastics
        • Front for the first Auton invasion in the 1970 Doctor Who serial Spearhead from Space.
    • Autofac
        • Automated factory still in production after the apocalypse, preventing the last human survivors from growing food. "Anything Anywhere No Sweat!" (Season 1 episode Autofac)
    • Bachman Textile Mill
        • Cotton mill, an homage to King's pseudonym, Richard Bachman. The movie was filmed in the village of Harmony, Maine at Bartlettyarns Inc., the oldest woolen yarn mill in the United States.
    • Bedroom Factory
        • Abandoned building outside Jackie Torrance's parked car. (Season 1 episode Harvest)
    • Beebe Gallini Cosmetics Co.
        • Episode Mike's Horror-Scope. Makeup manufacturing business owned by Beebe Gallini.
    • Beneke Fabricators
        • Skyler gets her old job back in the accounting department. (Season 2 episode Negro Y Azul)
        • When Jimmy is looking at jobs in the newspaper, there is an ad for Beneke Fabricators, the company where Skyler worked in Breaking Bad. (Season 4 episode Smoke)
    • Betty's Bees
        • Company that makes honey-based products, including moisturizer, anti-aging cream, soap, lip balm and yes, even honey in Season 2 Episode 1 Bzzzzzzzzz! "Calling all Bee-Girls: Be all you can bee!"
    • Big Creek Manufacturing And Sales Co.
        • The stranded Vulcans sell a large patch of Velcro to Big Creek Manufacturing and Sales Co. in downtown Pittsburgh in order to be able to anonymously help out Jack with his college tuition. (Season 2 episode Carbon Creek)
    • Box Factory
        • Bart and his class visit the Box Factory for their field trip. (Season 5 episode Bart Gets Famous) Fat Tony and his gang shoot the victim over and over but we won't die because Homer killed Death. (Season 15 episode Treehouse of Horror XIV - segment Reaper Madness)
    • Brickhill Manufacturing Company
        • "There's a box of gummed mailing labels in your suitcase," he said. "That's in the trunk. The stickers say: After five days return to Brickhill Manufacturing Company, Manchester, N.H. Rich and another guy ran em off. They got a press at the Stabbers' headquarters on Boylston Street. Every day you send your two tapes to me in a box with one of those stickers. I'll mail em to Games from Boston. Send me the stuff Speed Delivery. That's one they'll never figure out."
    • Brimborn Steel Works
        • Abandoned factory where rats explode and Billy crashes his car. (Season 3 episode Chapter One: Suzie, Do You Copy?)
    • Chem Grow
        • Lindsay, Tobias and Maeby's band, The 100% Natural Good-Time family-Band Solution, was underwritten by the Natural Life Food Company, a division of Chem Grow, an Allyn-Crane acquisition, and part of the Squimm Group. (Season 1)
    • Congreves Inflammable Powders
        • As part of Mr. Burns' aggressive new trading strategy, he wants to take 50% of his money and put it in the following companies: Trans-Atlantic Zeppelin, Amalgamated Spats, Congreves Inflammable Powders, U.S. Hay and Baltimore Opera Hat company. (Season 8 episode The Old Man and the Lisa)
    • Covfefe
        • Manufacturer of a piece of electric equipment. (Russian word written in Cyrillic letters), reference to Donald Trump's mysterious tweet, "Despite the negative press covfefe"
    • Cumberland Mills
        • Jim submits Dwight's resume to several other companies. Cumberland Mills offers him a job. (Season 2 episode Halloween)
    • Danco
        • According to Kyle, where Dr. Danco got his name - they gave him his nickname after an old commercial for a product called the auto-veggie that a company called Danco made. It sliced, it diced, etc... just like Dr. Danco.
    • The Dream Factory
        • From the Rob Zombie song "Death and Destiny Inside the Dream Factory" on the album Hellbilly Deluxe 2.
    • DynaCorp
        • Company behind all of the crazily named products from the Jessica Simpson Chicken of the Sea sketch. "The Kangaroo rat of the Billard Room"
    • Dynaflux Unimatics
        • Business that Marge's investment group The Investorettes invested in that turns out to be profitable. (Season 8 episode The Twisted World of Marge Simpson)
    • Elmer's
        • Abandoned horse rendering farm and glue factory that collapses, sending Kat into a sort of coma (they didn't actually manufacture Elmer's glue - it's just the nickname the kids gave it)
    • The Enniscorthy Distillery Company
        • Distillery Howard creates with Bridget and Stéphane, then gives them his share of the company as a wedding gift.
    • Everprest Fabric
        • Episode The Tattle-Tale. Textile company that sponsors a jingle contest Alice enters. She wins a high-fidelity stereo, one of five prizes offered.
    • Fanrong Fireworks Company
        • Factory seen in flashbacks - what appears to be Tandy burning down the city of San Francisco (Season 3 episode 4 Five Hoda Kotbs)
    • Farrell Plastics
        • Front for the second Auton invasion in the 1971 Doctor Who serial Terror of the Autons.
    • Feinstein Luxury Fragrances, LLC
        • Dennis Feinstein's company name, as seen on the check he writes. (Season 5 episode Animal Control)
    • FemCo.
        • TelAmeriCorp vendor, the future leaders in feminine retail, maker of the Boobillow. (Season 6 episode Death of a Salesdude)
    • Fermitas
        • One of the world's largest weapons manufacturers, like Wal-Mart for warlords. From several season 3 episodes. Attacked by Liber8 in episode 30 Minutes to Air. Attacked with nerve gas in episode So Do Our Minutes Hasten. Hash tag "kiss my ass Fermitas"
    • Flancrest Enterprises
        • Ned Flanders' home business, selling religious hot rugs over the internet, making good scratch. (Season 9 episode Das Bus)
    • Fleming Mayhew Toilets
        • The new name of Ned's furniture manufacturing company after he makes deal with Laird and starts manufacturing toilets.
    • Frostwell
        • Refrigerator company that offers the top TelAmeriCorp salesman a free Glacier refrigerator. (Season 2 episode Temp-Tress)
    • G.I.K. Co. Explosives
        • Boggis, Bunce and Bean use the G.I.K. Explosives company's Klubeck Nitro-plus no. 2 dynamite to blow up the Fox family's tree.
    • Guillotine Factory
        • Gun store from Homer's Oedipal dream - Bart says, "He thought that trip to the Guillotine Factory was just for fun...but it was the perfect place to shoot him!" (Season 12 episode Tennis the Menace)
    • Harrison and Sons Textiles
        • Doc and Bean establish their new video game studio Oubliette Studios in the old Harrison and Sons Textiles building, as in the Harrison and Sons sweatshop inferno. (Season 1 episode A Dark Quiet Death)
    • Hats By Beth, Incorporated
        • Beth's new company that sells hats, specifically hats that look like the one worn by Mushmouth on Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids. (Season 2 episode Zoso, title inspired by Led Zeppelin)
    • Heatherton Corporation
        • Office supply company in the U.K., owned by Charlie's girlfriend Lucy's father. (Season 1 episode Homecoming)
    • Hedare Beauty
        • Cosmetics company where graphic designer Patience Phillips works, maker of new skin cream called Beau-line that is able to reverse the effects of aging.
    • The Hello Kitty Factory 
        • Factory in Tokyo that makes Hello Kitty merchandise, visible from the Simpsons room at the Royal Tokyo, the hotel where the Simpsons stay in Japan. (Season 10 episode 30 Minutes Over Tokyo)
    • The Honey House
        • Betty's new honey company in her old house that she founds at the end of Season 2 Episode 1 Bzzzzzzzzz!
    • Humble Figurine Factory
        • Ned Flanders moves to Humbleton, PA and gets a job at the Humble Figurine Factory, where he is asked to shave his mustache. He refuses. "273 Days without a Boo Boo" (Season 16 episode Home Away from Homer)
    • Ithaca Lock Company
        • Company that made the locks on the prison cell in the Sheriff building (Season 2 episode E = MC…?)
    • K. G. Bird & Co.
        • Penguin's umbrella factory in episode Fine Feathered Finks. Makers of Superior Umbrellas.
    • Karmic Designs
        • The company that brings you the Zen Litter Garden (Tagline: Isn't it time your cat pooped a little inner peace)
    • Keedsler Automobile Company
        • The truck was passing through the area where Dwayne Hoover's stepparents had come from. They had trekked from West Virginia to Midland City during the First World War, to make big money at the Keedsler Automobile Company, which was manufacturing airplanes and trucks. When they got to Midland City, they had their name changed legally from Hoobler to Hoover, because there were so many black people in Midland City named Hoobler.
    • Kernston's Rubber Nipple Factory
        • Factory in Pawnee. When Leslie was nine years old, she broke her arm sledding down Nipple Hill, a giant hill behind Kernston's Rubber Nipple Factory. (Season 4 episode Born & Raised)
    • Kernston's Rubber Nipples
        • Gifts Leslie gives her visitors from their sister city in Venezuela. Leslie: "A bottle of high-fructose corn syrup, made right here in Pawnee's own Sweetums factory. Sweetums! If you can't beat 'em, Sweetums! Since 1891. And eight and a half dozen rubber baby bottle nipples, also made here in Pawnee. Kernston's Rubber Nipples, tastes like the real thing." (Season 2 episode Sister City)
    • Knife Factory
        • Where the 10 year old boy that got stabbed works in Season 2 episode 4 Frankfurters, Allman Brothers, Death, Frankfurters.
    • KrustyCo Sweatshop
        • From the flashback to see how a mosquito got trapped inside the Krustysaurus toy in Bart's Happy Meal. "Today: Force your daughter to work day" (Season 3 episode Little Girl in the Big Ten)
    • Liberty Flush Valves
        • Jerry loses money in the stock market when Liberty Flush Valves goes “down the pipes”. (Season 3 episode A Pound of Flesh)
    • Madrigal Electromotive GmbH
        • Also known as Madrigal Elektromotoren. Highly diversified industrial corporation based in Hanover Germany - industrial equipment, global shipping, major construction, and a tiny little foothold in American fast food - Pollos Hermanos. (Season 4 episode Problem Dog, (Season 5 episode Madrigal)
        • Luna based corporation owned by Ariadne and Jules-Pierre Mao, the parents of missing daughter case that Miller is assigned. (Season 1 episode Dulcinea)
    • Maxwell-rigfield Manufacturing
        • Manufacturing plant, where a primary explodes as a paradox (from several episodes during the last half of Season 2)
    • Medical Mechanica
        • Corporation that operates in large factories on various planets.
    • Mega House
        • A salesbot convinces Marge to upgrade their home to the new automated Ultrahouse 3000. "You'll never do housework again!" A division of Mega House. (Season 13 episode Treehouse of Horror XII - segment House of Whacks)
    • MenCo.
        • TelAmeriCorp vendor, maker of Men's Intimacy Endurance Spray. (Season 6 episode Death of a Salesdude)
    • The Midland City Ordnance Company
        • Here is where Dwayne got the money to buy the agency: He borrowed it from the Midland County National Bank. For collateral, he put up stock he owned in a company which was then called The Midland City Ordnance Company. It later became Barrytron, Limited. When Dwayne first got the stock, in the depths of the Great Depression, the company was called The Robo-Magic Corporation of America.
    • Miilipore Plastic Products
        • In 1987, InGen bought an obscure agribusiness company that patented a new plastic with the characteristics of an avian eggshell. Chapter: Target of Opportunity.
    • Milton Fixture And Faucet International
        • The company where Jerry works.
    • The Miracle Company
        • Maker of the the Kitchen Companion, the company that Billy's father says may be interested in buying his Bathroom Buddy invention.
    • Mixom Tool
        • Supplier of several different technical tools, devices, and office furniture.
    • Mogasaki Corproration
        • Someday, everyone will own a watch like this. Now, it is available only for the privileged few. The Mogasaki Corproration of Tokyo is honored to announce Kromega III. A watch so complex, it takes two people to make it work. One hand wears the watch. The other hand presses the buttons that activate the 100% solid state multi-function digital quartz crystal micro-computer unit.
    • Morrissey Medical Supply
        • Medical supply company in Lincoln Nebraska on the syringes invoice that enables Jimmy to invoke the RICO racketeering act in his lawsuit against Sandpiper Crossing Assisted Living, the retirement community that Jimmy discovers is overcharging their residents. (Season 1 episode RICO)
    • Müeller Armaments
        • Company that made a fortune during World War I. Now they're sitting on a bunch of bombs that even the worst armies in the world don't want. Tim makes lamps out of their old bombs to get his foot in the door with a new client.
    • Nate Stark & Son
        • Jigsaw's lair - what used to be a mannequin factory.
    • Nelson Pediatrics
        • The first months of a child's life are a special time. As your baby acquires the skills of social interaction, impressions are made that will last a lifetime. Unfortunately, this baby, and millions of other male babies just like him – spend months suffering through the shame and disgrace associated with male infantile baldness. It's a scientific fact that males lag developmentally behind females. Add Male Infantile Baldness, and that means low self-esteem, decreased confidence, and even lowered social status. Is that what you want for your child? That's why our scientists at Nelson Pediatrics developed these – baby toupees. Thanks to our patented technology, and the cooperation of the Chinese government, we can now take an adult-sized toupee and adapt it to fit your baby's head. It's fake hair with real results. (Peter Sarsgaard - 01/21/06)
    • New England Paper
        • Company that offered up four thousand acres of land at fire-sale prices in 1933 in a last-ditch effort to stay afloat. (story Uncle Otto's Truck)
    • Norwalk Materials
        • New resident Brent Norwalk's business back on Earth. (Season 4 episode A Girl from Arizona)
        • From Tyler's business card: Paper Street Soap Co. All natural. Handmade. (288) 555-0153 Tyler Durden. 537 Paper Street. Bradford 19808.
    • Party Time Plastics
        • Company on truck when Jay's father advises him to go into trucking after he quits his show (Season 1 episode Uneasy Rider)
    • Petrochem Petrochemical Corp.
        • Proud makers of caustic polypropylene and Malibu Stacy. Marge and Lisa tour the Malibu Stacy factory. (Season 5 episode Lisa VS. Malibu Stacy)
    • Pillow Factory
        • Factory where Luke Perry lands when he gets shot out of a cannon during Krusty's Komeback Special. (Season 4 episode Krusty Gets Kancelled) Barney steals a jetpack, and crashes into the roof of the Pillow Factory, and then gets run over by a Marshmallows truck. (Season 5 episode Deep Space Homer)
    • The Pinehurst Company
        • Rival to Primatech Paper. There was a fake website at: www.pinehearstresearch.com.
    • Play Now
        • George's new job, a playground equipment company. (Season 9 episode The Butter Shave)
    • Plymouth Sleepware Factory
        • A pajama company McVries mentions when he tells Ray the story about the scar on his face.
    • Primatech
        • Noah Bennett's former employee, front for the organization that hunted heroes and put them in captivity.
    • Primatech Paper Co.
        • Paper production/distribution company in Odessa, TX. Also front for the Company: an evolved human-tracking organization. Where the man with the horn rimmed glasses works.
    • Prince Paper
        • Small family owner paper company, competitor of Dunder Mifflin that Michael is sent out to investigate. (Season 5 episode Prince Family Paper)
    • Ray Calvin Associates
        • It had come, he discovered, from one of the largest wholesale suppliers in San Francisco. Ray Calvin Associates, on Van Ness. At once he phoned them.
    • Re-Volting
        • Company that sells rebuilt alternators and batteries, one of Lightning McQueen's sponsors.
    • The Reduco Corporation
        • Makers of the sensational new Obesity Slayer, a male garment advertised in a newspaper featuring a cameo of Alfred Hitchcock.
    • The Rose Suchak Ladder Company
        • Brand name of the ladder that appears in Scott's front yard going up to Santa's sleigh on the roof.
    • Sanalac
        • Rest stop supply company where George gets a job, but isn't sure at first if he got the job, because the interview was cut short. (Season 5 episode The Barber)
    • Scranton Mimeograph Corp.
        • Dead account Dwight mentions when cleaning out some cabinets. (Season 9 episode Customer Loyalty)
    • Seburo
        • Seburo produces advanced, high-velocity, small-caliber weapons.
    • Seitz Plastics
        • Fictional mannequin factory that James makes up, supposedly where his parents met in Carvel, Pennsylvania.
    • Smith Wholesale Circus Tent Company
        • Yakov's brother Ivan visits America with the Leningrad Circus, with plans to defect, monitored by a KGB agent who claims to be from the People’s Quality Control Committee, and a CIA agent who claims to be from Smith Wholesale Circus Tent Company. (Season 2 episode World War III)
    • Starzl
        • Company that manufactured flawed radiation machines used at Seattle Presbyterian Hospital. Children of individuals who were exposed inherited an altered eleventh chromosome. If those people have a child with a 4400, the child will develop an ability, a reason why the future might have sent the 4400 back to Seattle - so that they can procreate with people affected by the Starzl mutation and have children with abilities of their own. (Season 3 episode The Starzl Mutation)
    • State of Maine Products
        • Company name on one of the box cars attached to the freight train that Luke hops in Dennison River Bend after escaping from the Institute.
    • Sutherland Munition Works
        • Supplier of weaponry to nations large and small, and, it is rumored, to terror organizations who can meet the price. Headquartered in London, England. (Issue #9 The Diplomat)
    • Tamaribuchi Heavy Manufacturing Concern
        • One of the parent companies of Mr. Sparkle, the Japanese dish detergent with what looks like a picture of Homer on the box. (Season 8 episode In Marge We Trust)
    • Tessio Brothers, Incorporated
        • Pen company Mr. James does business with (Season 1 episode Big Day)
    • Tiles
        • The name of the Fench company Barney tells Diane makes the infinity bracelets.
    • Tustin Box Company
        • Box company where John Locke worked in California.
    • USA Swimming
        • Anders old swim team nemesis works for USA Swimming, makers of Golden Goggles. (Season 5 episode Speedo Racer)
    • Venus Inventions Inc.
        • "The world's first sexual wellness blanket!" John Oliver fooled local broadcast news programs into promoting this ridiculously fake product. "Inspired by the biological technique of magneto genetics, and technology pioneered in Germany 0 years ago, the Venus Veil works confidentially to fix erectile issues and improve vaginal lubrication - all by increasing blood flow." Made by Venus Inventions Inc.

    • Vicksburg Firearms
        • After Jacob Wood is killed in a mass shooting, his widow Celeste takes Vicksburg Firearms to court on the grounds that the company's gross negligence led to her husband's death.
    • Watson's Umbrella
        • The name of the company that used to own the warehouse that serves as the setting for the movie.
    • Williams Manufacturing Ltd.
        • Company where Hutch works, owned by in-laws.
    • Worthington Munitions
        • Where Frank Wambaugh worked for 11 years in Plano, TX - company that created the faulty bullet that Detective Freeman shot at David.
        • Parent company of the manufacturer of a fictional type of computer core made of liquid crystal.
        • Also known as Yoyodyne Systems. A fictional tape drive manufactured by Yoyodyne Systems is mentioned: A Foobar model 37 computer, and we're trying to hook up a Yoyodyne tape to it.
        • Client of the law firm Wolfram & Hart (Season 5 episode Harm's Way)
    • Zero-One Heavy Industry Corporation
        • Household electric appliances, automotive, computers, medical, etc. From The Animatrix - The Second Renaissance.

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