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Alexander Jack and Co

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February 1911.

of Whitegates Engineering Works, Motherwell.

c.1910 Alexander Jack went into business on his own account. Under the style of Alexander Jack and Company, Ltd., he established the large Whitegates Engineering Works at Wishaw.

The firm's products covered all types of cranes.

1922 They removed their London office from 11, Pancras-lane, Queen-street, to 11, Carteret-street, Queen Anne's-gate, Westminster.[1]

1924 owing to prolonged industrial depression the works closed

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Sources of Information

  1. The Engineer 1922/08/04