Midland Davis Opens Pallet Refurbishing Division

At 130 years old, the Midland Davis Corporation isn’t slowing down; it’s expanding.

One of the longest living Quad-City businesses, Midland Davis started as many companies do — with a young immigrant.

In 1892, Louis Livingston was a 20-year-old Lithuanian immigrant who settled in the Quad-Cities. Along with his brother Ike, the Livingstons started a scrap business. And over the decades, the business was passed down generations until Louis’ grandson, Hank Davis, became president in 1966.

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