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Report - Langley Mill, Cheshire, September 2012

Discussion in 'Industrial Sites' started by Wakey lad, Sep 25, 2012.

  1. Wakey lad

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    Langley Mill was founded by William Smith in 1826, it became the biggest silk printing, dyeing and finishing works in the world.

    The Mill later went on to become Specialised Automobile Services, a specialist wire wheel manufacturer for classic and modern cars.

    Established in 1980 the company began manufacturing the steel rim types and wheel centres, which were no longer available at that time. During subsequent years the business developed and improved its range and manufacturing methods, quickly establishing themselves as suppliers to the best restoration shops around the world.

    The Turrino range of alloy rims was first developed in the 1990′s, which saw the company outgrow its premises at Langley, forcing them to relocate in 2009 to Kingscliffe in Northamptonshire.

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