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Sadler and Co

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of Cleveland Chemical Works, Cargo Fleet Road, Middlesbrough, Tar Distillers and Manufacturing Chemists

1870 Established as S. A. Sadler by Samuel Sadler.

1883 The company was registered on 29 March, to take over the business of S. A. Sadler, manufacturing chemist and tar distiller. [1]. Incorporated as a Limited Company.

Subsequently had branches at Ulverston, Portsmouth, Stockton-on-Tees, Carlton, County Durham, and elsewhere.

By 1959 the business had been split in three:

See Also


Sources of Information

  1. The Stock Exchange Year Book 1908