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Manufacturer of bus-bar insulators.
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of Sharston, Wythenshawe, Manchester.
  
1933 Formed in Hulme, Manchester.
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Manufacturer of nylon cable ties.
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1933 Formed in Hulme, Manchester as a manufacturer of bus-bar insulators.
  
 
1964 Acquired by [[Bowthorpe Electric Co|Bowthorpe Holdings]]<ref>The Times, May 11, 1964</ref>, and so became part of its subsidiary, [[Hellermann Tyton Group]]
 
1964 Acquired by [[Bowthorpe Electric Co|Bowthorpe Holdings]]<ref>The Times, May 11, 1964</ref>, and so became part of its subsidiary, [[Hellermann Tyton Group]]
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of Sharston, Wythenshawe, Manchester.

Manufacturer of nylon cable ties.

1933 Formed in Hulme, Manchester as a manufacturer of bus-bar insulators.

1964 Acquired by Bowthorpe Holdings[1], and so became part of its subsidiary, Hellermann Tyton Group

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Sources of Information

  1. The Times, May 11, 1964