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ironfounders, engineers and producers of cable/rope stranding machinery, of Salford.  
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1956 [[Mono Pumps]] made a bid for [[Larmuth and Bulmer]] which was accepted by the directors<ref>The Times, 11 September 1956</ref>.  
 
1956 [[Mono Pumps]] made a bid for [[Larmuth and Bulmer]] which was accepted by the directors<ref>The Times, 11 September 1956</ref>.  
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Latest revision as of 15:33, 20 May 2021

of Todleben Iron Works, Unwin Street, Salford.

Ironfounders, engineers and producers of cable/rope stranding machinery.

1956 Mono Pumps made a bid for Larmuth and Bulmer which was accepted by the directors[1].

1962 Mono Pumps sold Larmuth and Bulmer to Winget Gloucester[2]


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Sources of Information

  1. The Times, 11 September 1956
  2. The Times, 20 August 1962