I have compiled some interesting information about this short lived company:
During late 1915 the Kathodian Bronze Works purchased a plant at Nyack, NY which was formerly occupied by a textile finishing company named United Piece Dye Works. The ammunition making machinery was bought from East End Iron & Machine Co.
In September 1916 the company declared that an order was closed with the Russian government for supplying 160,000,000 cartridges. I have no further details about this but it was probably cancelled.
In October of same year the U.S Government placed an order for 10,000,000 rounds of “caliber .30 United Sates ball cartridges” at $40.33 per thousand. It was cancelled January 9, 1917.
In June 19, 1917 it was announced that the ammunition plant -with a capacity of 30,000,000 cartridges a year- was purchased by Maxim Munitions Corp.