Pinchin Johnson & Associates
|Headquarters||4 Carlton Gardens, St James's, London, England|
|Products||Paint and coatings|
The business was founded in 1834 as a producer of oils and turpentines in Silvertown, London. It grew by acquisition, buying up competitors such as Red Hand and Docker Brothers, with divisions in London, Birmingham and Yorkshire. It had larger operations in Europe, Australia, New Zealand and India, and smaller operations in the United States of America, Nigeria and the Far East.
Demise of the business
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