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Manufacturers and dealers in iron and steel, non-ferrous metals, powders, ceramics, machinery tools and magnets, of Sheffield
1966 Announced plans to build a new bar mill in Sheffield which would be used to rationalize production and replace older mills of 3 of the company's subsidiaries: Sheffield Forge and Rolling Mills Co, Andrews Toledo, C. Meadows
1968 Sheffield Rolling Mills was formed as a company jointly owned by British Steel, Balfour and Darwins (38%) and James Neill Holdings (17%) to operate the Tinsley Park bar mills at Sheffield, which were 5 years old; the private sector companies would transfer work there from their older plant
During the early 1970's Balfour and Darwins was taken over by Edgar Allen and Co.
The company became known as Edgar Allen Balfour.