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Redfern, Stevens

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1951.
November 1954.

Redfern Stevens, metal workers, of Beverley Works, Alma Street, Aston, Birmingham, 6. Telephone: Aston Cross 3507 (3 lines). Telegraphic Address: "Redsteve, Birmingham"

1924 Company established in Birmingham

1937 Listed Exhibitor - British Industries Fair. Pressings, Drop Forgings (including Stainless Steel), forgings, Spanners, Repetition Capstan and Automatic Work in all metals. Odd Work, Springs, Wirework, Hot Pressings, Hinges, Washers, Metal Components for all Trades, Drop End Settee Fittings. (Stand No. D.720)

1942 E. and H. P. Smith acquired Redfern Stevens Ltd, which had depots (their purpose was not stated)[1]

1946 Had converted to peace-time activities[2]

2012 Component manufacturer providing presswork, sheet metal fabrication, CNC laser cutting, welding, metal finishing, product assembly and packaging services.

  • Note: (07/08)
    • Redfern Stevens Ltd have their own website: [1]


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Sources of Information

  1. The Times, Jul 28, 1943
  2. The Times, Aug 10, 1946