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British Industrial History

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1947.
1951. Textile Printers. Adas Fabrics.

of Adas House, 33 George Street, Manchester, 1. Telephone: Manchester Central 1226. Cables: "Alizarin, Manchester". Works at Lower House Printworks, Burnley, Lancs. London Office: 23 Lawrence Lane, EC2. Telephone: Monarch 1754

1891 Directory (Burnley): Listed as calico printers. More details.

1906 The company was registered on 30 March, to acquire the undertaking of a private company of the same name carrying on the business of calico printers, bleachers and dryers. [1]

1947 British Industries Fair Advert as Fabric Printers and Manufacturers of 'Adas' Dress and Furnishing Fabrics. Shirtings, Linings, Cretonnes, Furnishing Linens, Chintz, Shadow Tissue, Downproofs, etc. (Textiles Section) [2]

Owned by Coloroll but run as a separate entity at Rochdale; the company converted greycloth into printed furnishing fabrics.

1990 Management buyout[3]

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Sources of Information

  1. The Stock Exchange Year Book 1908
  2. 1947 British Industries Fair Advert 461; and p86
  3. The Times, February 09, 1990