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Bush Beach and Segner Bayley

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Distributor of chemicals from 3 German companies.

Formed from the merger of three chemical companies: Bush Beach and Gent; Frank Segner and Co., and F. S. Bayley Clanahan and Co. [1]

1959 Acquired by Grovewood Securities. [1]

By 1973 had a wholly-owned subsidiary Godfrey Woodhead and Son, maker of sulphate of potash and hydrochloric acid of Huddersfield; had 55 percent interest in Bush Beach Engineering.

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Sources of Information

  1. 1.0 1.1 The Times, December 3, 1959