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British Rolling Mills

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Dec 1921.
November 1926. Brymill.
December 1929. Brymill.
November 1943
November 1944
October 1945.
May 1950.
February 1959.

of Cliveland St, Birmingham

of "Brymill" Steel Works, Tipton, Staffordshire. Telephone: 1816 (3 lines). Telegraphic Address: "Brynill, Tipton"

1913 Business founded in Birmingham

1919 Reconstituted with additional capital.

1922 of Cliveland Street, Birmingham. James Frederick Parker (Chairman), William Ernest Parker (Managing Director ), J. F. Parker and G. St. John Strutt. Manufacturer of bright cold rolled steel, bright drawn steel, C.R.C.A. steel sheets, alloy steels.

c.1924 Moved to site in Tipton formerly occupied by Barrow's ironworks.

1937 Steel manufacturers. "Brymill" Tested Steels.[1]

1937 Listed Exhibitor - British Industries Fair. Brymill Tested Steels, particularly Case Hardening, Deep-drawing, Free-cutting, Medium Carbon, Mild and Nickel qualities. Hot rolled, Drawn, Bright Turned or Cold Rolled finishes. "Products of Technical Excellence". (Stand No. D.300).[2]

1940 Patent - Improvements in and relating to the manufacture of steel.[3]

1941 Patent - Improvements in and relating to the manufacture of steel.[4]

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