Mr Gee started manufacturing square nuts in Hydes Road, Wednesbury.
Harold Powell joined the business, aged 17. His brother Steven joined soon after.
The business moved to Rigby Street, Wednesbury and started producing bolts.
Harold established Powell, Gee & Company Ltd.
Harold was made Mayor of Birmingham.
Harold sold his shares to Steven and David, his son.
Powell Gee started distributing self-drilling screws.
Powell Gee started importing items from Asia.
Ben Powell (David’s son) was appointed Director.
Steven Powell sold his share of the business to the company.
David Powell sold his share of the business to the company.
The offices and warehouse moved to Atcham, with the factory remaining at Rigby Street.
Powell Gee was bought by The Tibbetts Group.
Tibbetts Management Team took over from Ben Powell. The offices and Technical dept. moved to Unit 38.
The first injection moulding machine started producing bi-hex head screws. 2 catalogues were launched.
Our new website was launched. A new warehouse management system was implemented.