British Goodrich Rubber Co
- (1) The existing Goodrich selling organisation in the United Kingdom,
- (2) The sole right to manufacture and sell Goodrich products in the United Kingdom and to sell to Dominion countries (except Canada) and certain specified foreign countries,
- (3) The benefit of the technical knowledge and experience of the Goodrich Company.
For these purposes the firm had arranged to purchase the Ajax Rubber Works of Wood-Milne Ltd in Leyland, Lancashire.
1924 The address was 50, Pall-mall, London, S. W. I.
1934 The American company disposed of the greater part of its holding. The British Company then changed its name to British Tyre and Rubber Co Ltd and, though retaining a right to Goodrich's technical assistance, was not in American control nor subjected its overseas markets.
Sources of Information
- The Times, May 30, 1924
- The Times, June 2, 1924
- The Engineer 1924/08/22