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Morison and Miller

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Previously McCulloch and Miller.

Morison and Miller of Glasgow Road, Rutherglen, Glasgow.

1966 After Ronnie Morison joined the board with Kenneth Miller the company was Morison and Miller.[1]

"Between its earliest days and the start of the 1960s the firm accumulated agencies for a wide range of products, including hatch covers, laminated plastics, marine refrigeration equipment valves, hospital beds, ejectors, eductors, and vacuum brakes."[2]

1973 Kenneth Miller resigned, Ronnie Morison and his wife bought the shares. The business was located in offices in Glasgow's West Regent Street, with a rented warehouse in Renton, Dunbartonshire.[3]

1975 Alex Dick became a director.[4]

1979 Warehouse moved to Milcroft Road.[5]

1985 Main works at Glasgow Road - 7700 sq ft of warehousing and 3300 sq ft. of office accommodation.

Managing director was Ronnie Morison who came to the business with a Royal Navy and accountancy background.

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Sources of Information

  1. The Glasgow Herald 1985/09/10
  2. The Glasgow Herald 1985/09/10
  3. The Glasgow Herald 1985/09/10
  4. The Glasgow Herald 1985/09/10
  5. The Glasgow Herald 1985/09/10