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Cash's of Coventry.
1840s John and Joseph Cash began to make silk ribbons.
1857 Factory built at Kingfield, Coventry.
1857 Houses with steam-power built at Coventry. 
1860 Company began to manufacture narrow frillings and woven labels for clothes manufacturers.
1870s Woven name tape produced using Jacquard looms.
1956/1961 - J. and J. Cash Ltd., Share Acquisitions of narrow fabric weaving companies in Coventry:
1976 Company becomes part of Jones Stroud.
1984 Company moves to Torrington Avenue, Coventry. 
1999 Management Buyout, Company becomes part of Composite Materials Technology plc (CMT).
2014 January. Company goes into administration.
2014 February. Management Buyout, Company becomes Cash’s Apparel Solutions (UK) Limited, backed by Hong Kong-based 'The Jointak Group', previously a key supplier to Cash’s.
2008 Company still in operation in Coventry.