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Pinchin, Johnson and Associates

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June 1949.
October 1951.
November 1955.
October 1956.
October 1958.
February 1959.

of Aldwych, London

1947 Pinchin, Johnson and Co changed its name to Pinchin, Johnson and Associates Ltd.[1]

by 1953 were proprietors of Scottish Paints Ltd

1960 Acquired by Courtaulds

1962 Pinchin Johnson and Associates Ltd advertised Gaymel paints for the home decorator. Other divisions were Cellon, Docker Brothers, Industrial, Robert Ingham Clark, Red Hand Marine[2].

1963 Motor Show exhibitor. Specialised paints. [3]

1968 Pinchin Johnson Paints (Transport Division) and Pinchin Johnson Paints (Automotive Division)

1968 Courtaulds succeeded in a bid for International Paints through its subsidiary Pinchin, Johnson and Associates[4]; the companies became part of a new company, International Paint Company, 83 percent owned by Courtaulds[5]

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Sources of Information

  1. The Times Dec. 4, 1947
  2. The Times, 25 May 1962
  3. 1963 Motor Show
  4. The Times, Aug 03, 1968
  5. The Times, Aug 07, 1968