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Scottish Tube Co

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Scottish Tube Co Ltd. of 34 Robertson Street, Glasgow.

1911 Scottish Tubemakers Ltd was formed to bring together most the Scottish tube makers[1]

1912 Scottish Tube Co incorporated the following firms:[2]

Stewarts and Lloyds held a number of shares in the new concern.

1914 Manufacturers of wrought iron and steel tubes for land and marine boilers, tubes for gas, water, steam and compressed air, oil line pipes, boring tubes; high pressure steam installations etc. [3]

1917 Advert for Wrought Iron and Steel Tubes. (Incorporating 10 works)[4]

1919 Advert for Wrought Iron and Steel Tubes. (Incorporating 10 works) [5]

1924 Mr Andrew Eadie was appointed chairman of the company in succession to Sir Thomas Mason.[6]

1924 Mr Andrew S. Macharg joined the board of directors. Mr Macharg is one of the senior partners of McClelland, Ker and Co, chartered accountants, Glasgow.[7]


1931 Stewarts and Lloyds acquired Scottish Tube Co[8].

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Sources of Information

  1. The Times Aug. 15, 1911
  2. The Times Apr. 3, 1912
  3. 1914 Whitakers Red Book
  4. Mechanical World Year Book 1917. Published by Emmott and Co of Manchester. Advert p219
  5. Mechanical World Year Book 1919. Published by Emmott and Co of Manchester. Advert p251
  6. The Engineer 1924/06/13
  7. The Engineer 1924/07/18
  8. The Times, 17 December 1931