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Made by [[B. B. Chemical Co]].
 
Made by [[B. B. Chemical Co]].
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Bostik Industrial Adhesives and Sealing Compounds for all Industrial Purposes, used extensively by Aircraft, Building, Motor-Car, Radio, Shipbuilding and other Industries. in 1950 there were over 100 varieties of Bostik products.
  
 
1974 Chairman, [[Peter Ford]].<ref>[[The Engineer 1974/05/23]]</ref>
 
1974 Chairman, [[Peter Ford]].<ref>[[The Engineer 1974/05/23]]</ref>

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Made by B. B. Chemical Co.

Bostik Industrial Adhesives and Sealing Compounds for all Industrial Purposes, used extensively by Aircraft, Building, Motor-Car, Radio, Shipbuilding and other Industries. in 1950 there were over 100 varieties of Bostik products.

1974 Chairman, Peter Ford.[1]

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