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USA

1922/1923
Export quota increases to 50%. Bauscher's clients include renowned restaurants such as "Auerbachs Keller" in Leipzig or the "Waldorf Astoria" in New York. Bauscher owns several raw material facilities, combined to form the "Keramische Rohstoffwerke". A workforce of 1,278 produces 3,561 cubic metres of porcelain in the company's kilns. 

1927/1928
The Strupp Group breaks up and Porzellanfabrik Weiden Gebr. Bauscher becomes part of Lorenz Hutschenreuther AG, Selb. Since 1910, the production area has increased by 20,000 m² to 45,000 m². 

1929
Bauscher obtains German imperial patents for non-drip spouts, lid holders and stackable cups. In addition, the company has registered more than 30 designs. 

1930
Exports to the USA constitute a significant proportion of all Bauscher sales; every week a waggon loaded with porcelain tableware leaves the Weiden factory bound for the US market. Bauscher dominates the restaurant scene with 98% of all hotel tableware imports to the USA (including 40 hotels in Chicago and New York and the country's 8 largest railroad companies including Pullman and Santa Fe).