Cotton Mills

Some articles on cotton mills, mills, mill, cotton:

Annur - Cotton Mills
... K G Mills (Kariampalayam Post, Annur, Coimbatore - 641653) Sri Ganapathi Murugan Spinning Mills Pvt..(No 171/2a, Annur To Mettupalayam Road, Pogalur) Sri Vasudeva ... S Kulam, Sarkar Sama Kulam) Mlr Mills (No 2/307, Krishnapuram Pirivu Ramanathapuram Post Karuvalur Via, Nariamballipudur) Sivasakthi Cotton Mills Pvt Ltd (112/1 ... Road Annur Coimbatore) Selvi Spinning Mill (Tp Road Annur) Lgb (Ganesapuram Annur, Coimbatore) Lgb (Saravanampatti-Annur Road(NH209) Near Kg School ...
Cone Mills Corporation - Company Comes To An End
... operated in full or in part by the Cone family were Revolution Cotton Mills, Asheville Cotton Mills, Minneola Manufacturing Company, Salisbury Cotton Mills ... In 2003, Cone Mills Corporation filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection ...
Rochdale Branch Canal - Industry
... Bridge crossed the canal just below the Bedford Street Mills arm ... canal or on either side of Bedford Street Mills arm, but to the east of the canal, there were houses at the bottom, and above that, Oldham Road Mill, which was a cotton spinning mill and Soho Foundry ... Cotton mills had been built on the west side of the junction with the Rochdale Canal, and Crossfield Bridge had been removed, as the rest of the west bank up to the arm was now occupied ...
Cone Mills Corporation - Early History
... Cone, born in 1857, founder of Proximity Manufacturing Company (original name for the Cone Mills enterprises) ... Graham Mill Manufacturing Company of Asheville, North Carolina ... They manufactured cotton plaids ...
Cone Mills Corporation - Turn of The Century
... Carolina to build a flannel production plant called Revolution Mills ... In 1905 under Proximity Manufacturing Company the Cone brothers built White Oak Cotton Mills in Greensboro ... The heavy-duty blue denim manufactured by the mills controlled by Moses gave him the reputation of being "the Denim King." The company has produced the denim ...

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