Grace's Guide

British Industrial History

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1951. Mobile Air Compressor.
June 1958.

of Adswood, Stockport, Cheshire

1790 Company founded.

1945 Private company.

1961 Manufacturers of self-contained power rammers, concrete breakers, patent pile drivers, self contained pumps, air compressors, compressed air tools, concrete vibrators, vibrating tables, contractors portable extending cranes, builders hoists, pipe laying winches, timber drawers, wagon and truck loaders, portable and fixed conveyors of all types, elevators, fixed and portable automatic feeding hoppers. 200 employees. [1]

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