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Knap Concrete Machines

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1928 First statutory meeting of the company. Had acquired the Enticknap patents for concrete-block making machines. These were made for the company by Sheepbridge Coal and Iron Co of Chesterfield. Hired machines to customers rather than selling them; also made a kerb making machine. The GM of Sheepbridge Engineering Co made supportive remarks at the meeting[1]

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Sources of Information

  1. The Times, Oct 04, 1928