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Joseph Wright and Co of Neptune works, Tipton.
It rapidly extended, until under the title of Joseph Wright and Co, it became one of the largest chain and anchor works in England.
Made Martin's self-canting anchor.
1892 Improved Martin Anchor.
1903 Company received an order from The Wath Main Colliery Co near Rotherham, for a multiplex heater detarteriser, to heat and soften about 18,000 gallons of water per hour. "This apparatus will be 35ft. high by 8ft. diameter, and will weigh about 40 tons. We believe that this will be the largest apparatus of the kind ever made." 
1911 Issued catalogue detailing chains, cables, anchors, moorings, slings, hooks, stretching screws, rigging and shipping tackle, anvils, vices, pulley blocks, wire ropes etc. 
1922/3 Acquired by N. Hingley and Sons
1966 Acquired by F. H. Lloyd and Co