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Chloride Electrical Storage Syndicate

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1902.

of Clifton Junction, near Manchester

1891 The company was registered on 12 December as the Chloride Electrical Storage Syndicate. [1] to exploit patents of the Electrical Storage Battery Co of New Jersey, the United Gas Improvement Co of Pennsylvania outside USA and Canada.

1892 Further agreement focusing mainly on storage batteries.

1894 The Patent Chloride Electric Accumulator. [2]

1895 Agreement with Electrical Storage Battery Co on exchange of technical information.

1900 of Clifton Junction, near Manchester. Regd. Dec. 12, 1891. Dirs., F. H. Bowman, D.Sc., &c., Ed. Hopkinson, D.Sc., &c., A. R. Harvey, W. Bannister, J.P., J. S. Ikker. Manager, G. A. Grindle. Sec., Holland Dell.

1900 Regd. Dec. 12, 1891. Cap. £262,500, in 80,000 "A," 30,000 "B," 140,000 "0," and 12,500 Founders' she. of £1 each. All "A," "B," and Founders', and 100,000 "C" shs. taken up. 157,500 issued as paid, £65,000 paid. 7 per cent. Pref. Cum. Div. paid Nov. 4, 1898, on "A" shs. for 1893, on Mar. 29, 1899, to June 1894. Dirs., F. H. Bowman, D.Sc., &c., Ed. Hopkinson, D.Sc., &c., A. R. Harvey, W. Bannister, J.P., J. S. lkker. Manager, G. A. Grindle. Sec., Holland Dell. (T. A.: Accumulate, Pendlebury.) Accumulators.

1902 The name was changed to Chloride Electrical Storage Co. Main business: supplying batteries for stationary applications and submarines


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Sources of Information

  1. The Stock Exchange Year Book 1908
  2. The Engineer 1894/04/27 p360