About Us:-

Nicholson was able to adapt and expand its capacity to make products that served an infinite variety of demands, and by 1893 the Nicholson exhibit at the World’s Fair in Chicago featured more than 3,000 unique styles of Nicholson files and rasps. By the 1950s, Nicholson dominated the file market worldwide, providing products for everything from sharpening machetes in the sugar and coffee producing countries of Latin America to honing the sophisticated machinery that fueled industrial growth in the age of rapidly evolving technology. In 1966, the company acquired the Atkins brand, making Nicholson one of the top manufacturers of saws. Today, Nicholson saws continue to be in high demand for cutting wood, metal and other materials.