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1937 Asbestos and rubber manufacturers. "Allied" Asbestos Specialities. "Kymbala" Asbestos Specialities. "Lascar" Asbestos Specialities.<ref>* [[1937 The Aeroplane Directory of the Aviation and Allied Industries]]</ref>
 
1937 Asbestos and rubber manufacturers. "Allied" Asbestos Specialities. "Kymbala" Asbestos Specialities. "Lascar" Asbestos Specialities.<ref>* [[1937 The Aeroplane Directory of the Aviation and Allied Industries]]</ref>
  
2009 '''Beldam Lascar Seals''' Ltd was volunatrily wound up<ref>London Gazette 17 August 2009</ref>
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2009 '''Beldam Lascar Seals''' Ltd was voluntarily wound up<ref>London Gazette 17 August 2009</ref>
  
 
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of New London Street, London, E.C.3. (1914)

of Lascar House, Staines Road, Hounslow, Middlesex (1926)

1890 Business established as Robert Beldam Ltd

1914 Incorporated

1920 Robert Beldam Ltd was voluntarily liquidated and the assets transferred to a new company, Beldam Asbestos Co Ltd

1922 Ernest A. Beldam, M.I.Mar.E., and William R. Beldam were Joint Managing Directors; Cecil C. Barker was a Director; Fredk. G. Leahy, A.I.N.A. was General Manager and Secretary. Specialities: "Lascar" engine packings, "Kymbala" high-pressure jointing, "Allied" brand asbestos goods and mechanical rubber articles.

1937 Asbestos and rubber manufacturers. "Allied" Asbestos Specialities. "Kymbala" Asbestos Specialities. "Lascar" Asbestos Specialities.[1]

2009 Beldam Lascar Seals Ltd was voluntarily wound up[2]

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