1919-06-04
Lloyd Pascal & Co was created

Lloyd Pascal & Co was created nearly 100 year ago at the heart of Britain’s key industrial city of Birmingham.

1923-07-04
Listed as Brass Founders

The company was first listed as ‘Brass Founders’ due to the production of window furniture, railway carriage fittings and cabinet handles from brass fittings.

1933-01-02
Fancy goods based on Belgian style metal ware

Lloyd Pascal moved to larger premises, expanding into fancy goods based on the Belgian style of metal ware

1939-07-03

Started manufacturing parts for aircrafts, gliders and tanks as its contribution to the war efforts – Rolls Royce being one of Lloyd Pascal’s customers.

1946-07-03

Continued to expand with the production of items such as log-boxes and magazine racks without the reliance of suppliers due to new in-house equipment.

1950-07-05

Expanded into premises next door – Lloyd Pascal’s manufacturing base was further expanded into woodwork.

1960-07-06

An electronically controlled stove lacquering plant was installed; revolutionising the durability of finishes and allowing the company to introduce a range of new products including colour effects.

1982-07-01

Purchased by DMS Group, whose ownership it remains today. Lloyd Pascal expanded its production to the far east during this decade.

1994-07-01

Expansion of premises again due to lack of space; in order to widen product base and competitiveness.

1994-07-13

New warehouse due to further expansion

2002-07-02

Further business expansion with another new warehouse

2016-07-06

New offices and warehouse due to continued business growth

2017-07-10

Due to continued expansion and the introduction of drop ship services. Lloyd Pascal build new warehousing facility.