J. C. Bamford
J.C. Bamford Excavators Limited, universally known as JCB, is a British multinational corporation, with headquarters in Rocester, Staffordshire, manufacturing equipment for construction, demolition a...
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Joseph Cyril Bamford
Joseph Cyril Bamford CBE (21 June 1916 – 1 March 2001) was a British businessman, who was the founder of the JCB company, manufacturing heavy plant.
Joe Bamford was born into a Catholic family fro...
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Airflow Developments
Airflow Developments Limited is a long-established British manufacturer of ventilation equipment more generally known as Airflow. Headquartered in the United Kingdom it has subsidiaries in Germany an...
JCB Vibromax
Vibromax was a manufacturer of road rollers in West Germany. More recently, it was acquired by JCB in 2005 and rebranded to JCB Vibromax. With the JCB rebrand in 2012 the Vibromax part of the brand wa...
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Backhoe loader
A backhoe loader, also called a loader backhoe, digger in layman's terms, or colloquially shortened to backhoe within the industry, is a heavy equipment vehicle that consists of a tractor like unit fi...
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OSTC
The OSTC Group, or OSTC Limited, is a proprietary trading and electronic market making firm based in London, United Kingdom.
OSTC was formed following the integration of Onscreen Trading and Trad...
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International Sports Management
International Sports Management Limited ("ISM") is a sports management agency based in Cheshire, England that represents leading figures from the sports of golf and cricket. It was founded in 1989 by ...
Williams Lea
Williams Lea is a global company that offers business process outsourcing (BPO) to large companies. Founded in 1820 as a company providing printing services to the financial industry, Williams Lea wen...
C F Booth
C F Booth Ltd is a family-owned scrap metal and recycling business based in Rotherham, South Yorkshire, England.
Clarence Frederick Booth founded the business in 1920, as a metal purchaser and tra...
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OpenStreetMap Foundation
The OpenStreetMap Foundation is a company limited by guarantee, registered in England and Wales on 22 August 2006.It is a non-profit foundation whose aim is to support and enable the development of fr...
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Common Purpose UK
Common Purpose UK is a British charity that has run leadership development programmes across the UK.Founded in 1989 by its current Chief Executive, Julia Middleton, its aim is to improve the way organ...
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Clayburn Pottery
The Clayburn Pottery was an English pottery works based in Milner St, Hanley, Stoke-on-Trent.
The company was established in 1953 and ceased trading by 1960. The Clayburn pottery produced hand pai...
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Oxbridge Applications
Oxbridge Applications is a for-profit educational consultancy based in London. Formed in 1999 by University of Oxford graduate, James Uffindell, and originally named Application Research, the company...
European Association of Historic Towns and Regions
The European Association of Historic Towns and Regions (EAHTR), founded by the Congress of the Council of Europe in October 1999, is a self-governing organisation which groups together twelve associat...
Luther Pendragon
Luther Pendragon is a London-based public relations and communications agency.Founded in 1992 by media journalist George Pitcher and television journalist Charles Stewart-Smith, the firm grew through ...
Augere
Augere is a wireless broadband business founded in 2007. It is headed by the former CEO of Orange, Sanjiv Ahuja. It has a mission to provide 'broadband for all' and is working to bring available, affo...
JCB Fastrac
The JCB Fastrac is a high speed agricultural tractor series manufactured by JCB Landpower, part of the J. C. Bamford group of companies.Production began in 1991, with continual development to the pres...
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2 Sisters Food Group
2 Sisters Food Group is a Birmingham, England based food-manufacturing company.Established in 1993 by Chief Executive, Ranjit Singh Boparan, as a frozen retail poultry cutting operation, it has grown ...
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Westley Richards
Westley Richards is one of the oldest surviving traditional English gunmakers. It was founded in 1812 by William Westley Richards. Their inventions included the Anson & Deeley boxlock action and t...
CronLab
CronLab Limited is a privately held limited company which provides information security solutions based on hardware appliances and hosted (SaaS) services.CronLab has offices in London, United Kingdom ...
Axminster Carpets
Axminster Carpets Ltd are an Axminster, Devon based English manufacturer of carpets, particularly the same-named Axminster carpets.
Whilst visiting Cheapside Market, London, Devon-based weaver Tho...
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Jessica Kingsley Publishers
Jessica Kingsley Publishers (JKP) is an independent, multinational publishing house headquartered in London, and founded in 1987 by Jessica Kingsley. JKP publishes books pertaining to the social scien...
Wilkin & Sons
Wilkins or Wilkin is a name variant of William. Wilkins may refer to:
Association of Chief Police Officers
The Association of Chief Police Officers (ACPO), officially The Association of Chief Police Officers of England, Wales and Northern Ireland, was established in 1948 and is to be wound up in April 2015...
Weatherbys
Weatherbys is a privately owned English company, established 1770, and currently based in Wellingborough, Northamptonshire. The company provides British horse racing with its central administration u...
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Sport Newspapers
Sport Newspapers was the English publishing firm responsible for The Daily Sport, Sunday Sport and a number of mid-shelf and top shelf magazine titles such as Adult Sport, Sport Babes, Sport Reader's ...