of Louisa-Street, Openshaw, Manchester
1899 The company was registered with £50,000 of shares and to enter in to an agreement with Claude W. Atkinson and William H. Johnson to manufacture, sell and deal in electric and other motors. Subscribers were:
- William H. Johnson of 24 Lever Street, Manchester. Iron merchant
- William T. Stubbs of Mill Street Works, Ancoats. Machine maker.
- Joseph H. Stubbs of Mill Street Works, Ancoats. Machine maker.
- Percy Stubbs of Mill Street Works, Ancoats. Machine maker.
- Arthur McDougall of City Corn Mills, Poland Street, Manchester. Miller.
- Frederick Goodbehere of Fern Bank, Plymouth Grove, Manchester. Machinist
- Claude W. Atkinson of Woodland Place, Penarth, South Wales. Civil Engineer.
1911 Electrical Exhibition. Enclosed ventilated motors from 1 hp to 30 hp and a steam set for lighting on a ship. 
1920 September. Exhibited at the Machine Tool and Engineering Exhibition at Olympia with motors for machine tool driving. 
1924 After November 11th the London address was Australia House, Room 420, Strand, London, W.C.2
Sources of Information
- The Autocar magazine of 11th March 1899