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By 1955, when the company introduced semi-automatic machines, packaging machinery was the main business.  Also made ignition parts for the motor industry.
 
By 1955, when the company introduced semi-automatic machines, packaging machinery was the main business.  Also made ignition parts for the motor industry.
  
1960 Acquired by [[Southcros]] Ltd from [[Norcros]]
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1960 Acquired by [[Southcros]] Ltd from [[Norcros]].<ref>The Times, Sep 19, 1960</ref>
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==See Also==
 
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Latest revision as of 10:14, 28 March 2020

of Garratt Lane, Earlsfield, London SW18

1919 Company incorporated for the business of engineers and brass founders

1928 Began to make wire-tying and strapping machines for packaging

By 1955, when the company introduced semi-automatic machines, packaging machinery was the main business. Also made ignition parts for the motor industry.

1960 Acquired by Southcros Ltd from Norcros.[1]


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Sources of Information

  1. The Times, Sep 19, 1960