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1826 Company founded ([[William Yates (of Blackburn)]])
 
1826 Company founded ([[William Yates (of Blackburn)]])
  
became [[Yates and Thom]]
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After 1848 Became [[W. and J. Yates]]
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1890 Became [[Yates and Thom]]
  
 
1928 Became [[Foster, Yates and Thom]] when [[Joseph Foster and Sons]] acquired [[Yates and Thom]].
 
1928 Became [[Foster, Yates and Thom]] when [[Joseph Foster and Sons]] acquired [[Yates and Thom]].

Latest revision as of 17:08, 23 August 2020

of Blackburn

1826 Company founded (William Yates (of Blackburn))

After 1848 Became W. and J. Yates

1890 Became Yates and Thom

1928 Became Foster, Yates and Thom when Joseph Foster and Sons acquired Yates and Thom.

1936 Public company.

1961 Heavy precision engineers and boiler makers. Products include steam raising plant, chemical plant, steam rolling mill equipment, mixing machinery, injection moulding machines and hydraulic presses for veneer and plywood, synthetic boards, compression and transfer moulding, palletting, drawing, forging and metal extrusion. 500 employees.[1]

By 1969 was owned by Electrical and Industrial Securities[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1961 Dun and Bradstreet KBE
  2. The Times, Sep 30, 1969