Wimshurst, Hollick and Co
Works: Regent's Canal Dock, 602 Commercial Road East, London.
of South Fambridge, Rochford, Essex (1905)
Agents for Alexander Chaplin and Co cranes
Previously Wimshurst and Co
1872 Patent to Thomas Pratt Hollick, of the firm of Wimshurst, Hollick, and Coy., of Limehouse, Engineers, for the invention of "improvements in the arrangement and construction of marine engines and boilers for driving twin screws of boats, yachts, and other vessels
1880: Advert for steam cranes, steam engines, contractors' locomotives. However these may have been made by Chaplin (see advert) 
1882 Agricultural and General Engineering Co carried on a business as machinists and millwrights at the Commercial Road premises, as successors to Wimshurst, Hollick and Co
1883 Dissolution of the partnership between Thomas Pratt Hollick and Stanley George Buchanan Wollaston, under the style or firm of Wimshurst, Hollick, and Company, at Nos. 602 and 604, Commercial-road East, as Engineers, Millwrights, and Steam Launch Builders
1894 Wimshurst, Hollick, and Company manufactured electric overhead and jib cranes; of Commercial Road 
1900 Manufactured electrically-driven feed pump for the Port Dundas electricity works in Glasgow
1902 Installed a 20-ton electric Goliath crane
1905 Company voluntarily wound up
- Goliath cranes, sometimes called portal cranes, are similar to overhead travelling cranes, but instead of running on rails at high level, or on a free standing gantry structure, they run on rails on the floor. One of the advantages of a goliath crane is that the absence of support gantry rails can save money.