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makers of pipe fittings, of Blackheath, Staffs
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[[image:ImIDH1938-HipkissBros.jpg |thumb| 1938. ]]
  
[[Steelway]] of Wolverhampton, maker of steel flooring and assemblies, was a wholly-owned subsidiary  
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Makers of pipe fittings, of New John Street, Blackheath, Nr Birmingham, Staffs.
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1938 Scottish Representatives: [[Fyfe and McCrouther]] of 144 St. Vincent Street, Glasgow.
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[[Steelway]] of Wolverhampton, maker of steel flooring and assemblies, was a wholly-owned subsidiary.
  
 
1953 Acquired by [[Glynwed|Glynwed Tubes]]<ref>The Times, Dec 01, 1953</ref>
 
1953 Acquired by [[Glynwed|Glynwed Tubes]]<ref>The Times, Dec 01, 1953</ref>

Latest revision as of 10:24, 15 August 2017

1938.

Makers of pipe fittings, of New John Street, Blackheath, Nr Birmingham, Staffs.

1938 Scottish Representatives: Fyfe and McCrouther of 144 St. Vincent Street, Glasgow.

Steelway of Wolverhampton, maker of steel flooring and assemblies, was a wholly-owned subsidiary.

1953 Acquired by Glynwed Tubes[1]


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Sources of Information

  1. The Times, Dec 01, 1953