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1961 Became a Public Limited Company. <ref>The Times, June 5, 1961</ref>
 
1961 Became a Public Limited Company. <ref>The Times, June 5, 1961</ref>
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1962 Acquired [[John Whittle]], footwear manufacturers.
  
 
1964 Acquired [[Penny Brothers and Winder]] yarn dyers and bleachers. <ref>The Times, October 15, 1964</ref>
 
1964 Acquired [[Penny Brothers and Winder]] yarn dyers and bleachers. <ref>The Times, October 15, 1964</ref>

Revision as of 22:37, 29 April 2020

1949.
1951.

of Slack Mills, Market Street, Hyde, Cheshire.

of Godley Mills, Hyde, Cheshire.

1868 Established by James North.

1925 Incorporated as a Private Limited Company. [1]

1937 Tanners, leather dressers and glove manufacturers. [2]

1960 Purchased Slack Mills, a former cotton mill. [3]

1961 Became a Public Limited Company. [4]

1962 Acquired John Whittle, footwear manufacturers.

1964 Acquired Penny Brothers and Winder yarn dyers and bleachers. [5]

1965 Acquired the Oldham Motor Co, Ford dealership. [6]

1969 Sold Oldham Motor Co to its management. [7]

1972 Acquired by Siebe. [8]


See Also

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Sources of Information

  1. The Times, June 5, 1961
  2. 1937 The Aeroplane Directory of the Aviation and Allied Industries
  3. The Times, June 5, 1961
  4. The Times, June 5, 1961
  5. The Times, October 15, 1964
  6. The Times, July 29, 1965
  7. The Times, March 15, 1969
  8. The Times, March 24, 1972