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Buhler Industries Inc. was established in 1969 when John Buhler purchased “Standard Gas Engine Works”, which was founded in 1932. The company produced the Farm King line of grain augers, snowblowers, mowers and compact implements. Buhler Industries expanded in 1982 with the purchase of the Allied line of front-end loaders and the company began trading on the TSE in 1994, at which time all products were marketed under the “Buhler” brand name. The company acquired the Versatile Tractor division of New Holland Ag in the year 2000. Buhler purchased the Versatile tractor plant with a $32-million government loan. According to labour historian Doug Smith, Buhler “provoked a strike by demanding a gutting of benefits and seniority provisions in the union contract”. The result was a prolonged strike that almost crippled the plant. However, the union took Buhler to the Manitoba Labour Board charging bargaining in bad faith and won a $6-million dollar settlement.
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Black is power, control, authority, discipline, discretion, secrecy, ellegance, and mistery.