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Late 1950s: Jim Nash established a business making screen printing machinery. First premises were in Willesden, then Parsons Green, London. It was later combined with a business established by Alexander de Gelsey making the specialised inks for screen printing and the name Sericol was adopted
c.1961 Sericol Group moved its manufacturing unit to Broadstairs. Headquarters remained in Parsons Green, London.
Ceased to manufacture printing machinery.
1993 Queen's Award for Environmental Achievement
1997-8 Acquisitions and expansion in other countries
2005 Sericol was acquired by Fujifilm; Fujifilm Sericol became a leader in the formulation, manufacture and marketing of premium inks and consumables for the inkjet, screen, and narrow web print markets.