SHELTON, CT / ACCESSWIRE / April 27, 2023 / The Eastern Company (NASDAQ:EML) today announced the declaration of its regular quarterly cash dividend of eleven cents ($0.11) per share, payable June 15, 2023, to common shareholders of record as of May 15, 2023. This dividend represents the Company's 331st consecutive quarterly dividend.
About The Eastern Company
The Eastern Company manages industrial businesses that design, manufacture and sell unique engineered solutions to markets. Eastern's businesses operate in industries that offer long-term macroeconomic growth opportunities. The Company operates from locations in the U.S., Canada, Mexico, U.K., Taiwan, and China. More information on the Company can be found at www.easterncompany.com.
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The Eastern Company
Mark Hernandez or Nicholas Vlahos, 203-729-2255
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