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of Cheltenham Street, Pendleton, Manchester
of 50 & 51 Lime Street, London, E.C.
1874 Company established.
1892 Public company. The company was registered on 11 October, to take over the businesses of F. Reddaway, manufacturer of machine belting, indiarubber goods, canvas hose etc of Manchester and other places, and of Kerr and Jubb, merchants of Halifax, Yorks. 
1899 Advert for Camel brand belting. 
1905 Advert for Camel brand belting. 
1914 Manufacturers of textile belting and rubber goods, Levrine leather cloths. Specialities: "Camel Hair" belting and Levrine cloths, canvas hose, cotton belting and India rubber goods. Employees 800. 
1919 Advert for Camel hair belting. 'upwards of 75,000,000 feet supplied'. Also mechanical rubber goods. 
1923 Head office in Pendleton, Manchester, moved their London office from 50/51, Lime-street, E.C.3, to Bush House, Aldwych.
1927 Advert for Camel hair belting. 
1937 Leather cloth, rubber hose, driving belts and canvas fire hose manufacturers. "Camel" Fire Hose. "Camel-Hair" Belting. "Hercules" Armoured Hose. "Levrine" Leather Cloth. 
1940 Advert for Camel hair belting. 
1945 Advert for Camel hair belting. 
1961 Belting and hose manufacturers, specialising in camel hair power transmission belting, rubber and textile conveyor belting and high pressure hydraulic hoses.