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Category: INDUSTRIAL COMPANIES

  • Abrasax Industries
  • Believe Industries
    • Believe 2007 Film
      • Adam is approached by a salesman for a†multi-level marketing†company, Believe Industries. The salesman, Mark Fuller, offers Adam a business opportunity.
  • Clayton Industries
    • Wings 1990 TV Series
      • The company that buys Sandpiper Airlines from Joe and Brian (Season 8 episode Wingless)
  • Colcord Industries
    • Cheers 1982 TV Series
      • Company owned by Rebecca's boyfriend Robin Colcord (Season 8 episode 23 The Ghost and Mrs. Lebec)
  • Confictura Industries
    • Mr. Robot 2015 TV Series
      • Fictional company - seen in various locations, including Elliot's Red Wheelbarrow notebook
  • Dandy Lion Worldwide Industries
  • Darrow Industries
    • The Matrix Reloaded 2003 Film
      • Company name on the top of the lamppost during the Neo's first fight scene with agents outside the meeting, tribute to Matrix trilogy concept artist Geof Darrow.
  • East Haven Metal Works
    • Haven 2010 TV Series
      • Company Duke mentions in Season 1 episode 12 Resurfacing that's responsible for a number of boat wrecks by cutting corners.
  • Estrada Industries
  • Floop Industries
  • Fostco Industries
    • Arrested Development 2003 TV Series
      • One of the guests at the Bluth fundraiser is from Costco Industries - he's actually at the Fire and Ice Ball, and sends in George Sr.'s old surrogate, Larry Middleman, in his place (Season 3)
  • Glenn Industries
    • Luke Cage 2016 TV Series
      • The only company aware that Atreus is about to announce their new technology. (Season 2 episode Soul Brother #1)
  • Gobias Industries
    • Arrested Development 2003 TV Series
      • The name of the company that G.O.B. and Tobias come up with for their coffee shop investment plan: "Go buy us some coffee" (Season 1)
  • Holt Industries
    • Night Gallery 1970 TV Series
      • episode Marmalade Wine. One of the companies the supposedly psychic photography picks out for the retired surgeon to invest in.
  • Interplanetary Mining Company
  • Investment Grade Metals
  • Jetson's Sprockets
    • The Jetsons 1962 Animated Series
      • The Jetsons visit Fantasy Planet, a parody of Fantasy Island, where George lives out his fantasy of owning his own company, Jetson's Sprockets. (Season 2 episode Fantasy Planet)
  • John Heffron Industries
    • Comedy Central 1991 Advertising
      • Comic John Heffron has come up with a multitude of businessess he wants to start. They're all called 'John Heffron Industries'. One is a cologne for males called, Taken, that smells like a guy in a relationship.
  • Kid First Industries
  • Kramerica Industries
    • Seinfeld 1989 TV Series
      • Kramer's company - Kramer seeks to open a restaurant where you make your own pie. (Season 1 episode Male Unbonding) Kramer hires an intern to give him real world corporate experience. (Season 9 episode The Voice)
  • Kruger Industrial Smoothing
    • Seinfeld 1989 TV Series
      • Company that hires George. George spots himself in the background of a photograph on his boss's desk, reminding him where he knows him from - an incident on the beach several years earlier in which George incorrectly blamed his family of stealing his clothes so George threw their boombox in the ocean. (Season 9 episode The Slicer)
  • Lemerk Industries
    • Doctor Sleep 2019 Film
      • The place where the True Knot kills the baseball boy - reference to LaMerk Industries from The Dark Tower.
  • Mason Industries
  • New Thurnary Metal Works
  • Nostra Industries
    • Brooklyn Nine-Nine 2013 TV Series
      • A company listed on building sign next to the company that handled Jake's blood that came back positive for drugs (Season 2 episode Sabotage)
  • O'Malley Industries
  • Paik Heavy Industries
    • Lost 2004 TV Series
      • Sun's father Mr. Paik's company. (Season 1 episode In Translation)
  • Powell Industries
    • Gilligan's Island 1964 TV Series
      • Bankrupt company confused with Mr. Howell's Howell Industries on the radio, leading Mr. and Mrs. Howell to believe they had lost their wealth.
  • Reliance Bearings
    • Frasier 1993 TV Series
      • Frasier meets a guy in the office building where Martin works that mentions this company (Season 9 episode Bully for Martin)
  • Sales Corp Industries
    • Saturday Night Live 1975 TV Series
      • First Zoom internet video conference for a team of employees that doesn't go very well. (Season 45 episode Saturday Night Live at Home, with host Tom Hanks)
  • Sherman Industries
    • Jingle All The Way 1996 Film
      • Company owned by the billionaire that Myron grew up with (the kid whose father did get him a Johnny Seven O.M.A. gun)
    • The Office 2005 TV Series
      • Fake company Dwight suggests creating to trick one of their competitors into revealing his sales secrets - inspired by Iron Man/Tony Stark's company. (Season 7 episode The Sting)
    • WHIH News Front 2015 TV Series
      • Ticker message: Stark Industries announces new scholarships for promising students from urban city schools (WHIH EXCLUSIVE: Scott Lang Interview)
    • Ant-Man 2015 Film
      • Hank sends Scott to an old Stark Industries storage facility to retrieve the prototype of a signal decoy they need to counteract the transmission blockers that Cross installed in the futures vault.
    • WandaVision 2020 TV Series
      • A commercial is shown advertising a toaster made by Stark Industries. "The go to for clever housewives", "Forget the past. This is your future" (Season 1 episode Filmed Before a Live Studio Audience)
  • SUMO
  • Trask Industries
    • Working Girl 1988 Film
      • Tess suggests that a client, Trask Industries, should invest in radio to gain a foothold in media. Katharine listens to the idea and says she'll pass it through some people. Later, she says the idea wasn't well received. But when Katharine breaks her leg skiing in Europe, she asks Tess to house-sit. While at Katharine's place, Tess discovers some meeting notes where Katharine plans to pass off the merger idea as her own. At home, Tess finds her boyfriend Mick Dugan in bed with another woman. Disillusioned, she returns to Katharine's apartment and begins her transformation.
  • Trieu Industries
    • Watchmen 2019 TV Series
      • International conglomerate that bought Veidt Industries in 2012, shortly before Veidt went missing.
  • UCB Industries
    • Frasier 1993 TV Series
      • Corporation located in the office building where Martin works as a security guard (Season 9 episode Bully for Martin)
  • Vandelay Industries
    • Seinfeld 1989 TV Series
      • The name of the company where George claims he looked for a job as a latex salesmen when he requests a 13-week extension on his unemployment benefits. He gives them Jerry's number. (Season 3 episode The Boyfriend) Fictional importer/exporter boyfriend that George makes up for Elaine. (Season 7 episode The Cadillac) Vandalay is also the last name of the George's fictitious alter ego, Art Vandelay, architect.
  • Veidt Industries
    • Watchmen 2019 TV Series
      • Adrian Veidt's company, bought by Trieu Industries in 2012, shortly before Veidt went missing.
  • Virtual Space Industries
    • The Lawnmower Man 1992 Film
      • Company that owns the research lab where Dr. Angelo develops his groundbreaking virtual reality technology.
  • The W.V. Whipple Manufacturing Corporation
    • The Twilight Zone 1959 TV Series
      • Wallace V. Whipple, owner of a vast Midwestern manufacturing corporation, decides to upgrade his plant to increase output by installing a machine which leads to tens of thousands of layoffs. (Episode The Brain Center at Whipple's)
  • Warthog Industries
    • It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia 2005 TV Series
      • Company name on the check that Frank writes to Dee for eight million dollars, after falling out of a window, hitting his head and forgetting the last 10 years of his life. (Season 11 episode Frank Falls out the Window)
    • Alien: Covenant 2017 Film
      • Dr. Elizabeth Shaw was the chief science officer of the Prometheus, the Weyland Industries ship that disappeared ten years earlier.
  • Widmore Industries
    • Lost 2004 TV Series
      • Desmond interviews for a job at Penny's father's company. (Season 3 episode Flashes Before Your Eyes)

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