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Cement Marketing Co

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Advertising sign.
Advertising sign.
1926. Blue Circle Cement. Ferrocrete.
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CMC of Portland House, Tothill Street, SW1; of 192 Ashley Gardens, Victoria, S.W.I. (1949); of The Club House, Coombe Hill, Kingston-on-Thames. (1949).

1920 Formation of a joint marketing company involving Associated Portland Cement Manufacturers with British Portland Cement Manufacturers, Martin Earle and Co and Wouldham Cement Co, which would be called the Cement Marketing Company Ltd[1]

1937 Cement suppliers. Blue Circle Cement. "Colorcrete" Cement. "Ferrocrete" Cement.[2]

1939 See Aircraft Industry Suppliers.

1949 "Snowcem" Waterproof Cement Paint - G. and T. Earle Ltd. - Cement Manufacturers, Hull and The South Wales Portland Cement and Lime Co Ltd., Penarth, Glam. were associated.[3]

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Sources of Information

  1. The Times, Mar 23, 1920
  2. 1937 The Aeroplane Directory of the Aviation and Allied Industries
  3. July 1949 advert.