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1930 Industrial Britain: John Tullis and Son

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Established 1834 in a small war and have progressed steadily until to-day they are the foremost Belting, Manufacturers in the World.

They specialise in all types of Transmission Belting, and have very extensive works in the south east district of Glasgow.

They also have a large tannery at Tullibody, Clackmannanshire, where they tan all their own hides, and therefore have full control from the raw hide to the finished article.

Manufacturers of Leather and Balata Belting, also Conveyor Belting, as well as all kinds of Mechanical Leathers.

All Tullis Leather Belting is guaranteed 98% Stretchless and Straight Running, and the manufacture is so controlled that there is absolutely no variation in quality.

Skilled Belting Engineers are at the service of customers to give advice on new installations, difficult drives, and all problems connected with the transmission of power.

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