Grace's Guide To British Industrial History

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St. Helen's Tube and Metal

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James Robertson, an expert in tube-making, established the St. Helens Tube and Metal Company,

1897 The St. Helens Tube Works became part of a new company, Tubes Ltd., bringing together the seamless steel tube activities of a number of companies

1919 Tube Investments was registered as a public company, combining the seamless steel tube manufacturing companies of Tubes Limited, Credenda Conduits Co, Simplex ConduitsLtd, Star Tube Co and St. Helen's Tube and Metal[1][2].

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Sources of Information

  1. [1] Wikipedia
  2. The Times, Tuesday, Feb 14, 1961