Allen Taylor and Company Limited

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Allen Taylor and Company Limited

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Description area

Dates of existence

1893 - 1970

History

Sir Allen Arthur Taylor founded the firm of timber growers, merchants and sawmill proprietors in 1893. In February 1905 the firm was incorporated as a public company with Taylor as managing director. The company was taken over by Blue Metal Industries Limited from 22 April 1970. Boral acquired BMI in 1982 and Allen Taylor and Co. Limited became a subsidiary of Boral Timber.

Places

Offices in Sydney: Annandale, Pyrmont, Rozelle and then St Leonards
Sawmills in north eastern New South Wales: Kyogle, Glenreagh, Woolgoolga, Port Stephens (north of Newcastle), Hibbard (situated in Hastings), Newtown, Bellinger, Nambucca, Nana Glen, Orara, Langley Vale, Simsville

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Functions, occupations and activities

forestry; wood manufacturing; timber and hardware wholesaling

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Dates of creation, revision and deletion

Entered from deposit description on 27 Apr 2011

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Sources

www.sl.nsw.gov.au (accessed on 27 April 2011)
www.delisted.com.au (accessed on 27 April 2011)
www.boral.com/history/Ch5_6.html (accessed on 27 April 2011)
www.accc.gov.au (accessed on 27 April 2011)
The "Digest" Year Book of Public Companies, 1939

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