Factory shifted from 35, Ripon Street to Joka.
Started to manufacture proprietary products – Gamaquil, Neostestophos, Phoselite – B, Apurol, in collaboration with Siegfried, Switzerland
Entered into the agreement with Siegfried, Switzerland, for manufacturing Swiss medicines. Changed the name from Frank Ross & Company Limited to Frank Ross limited and take permission from The Company Law Board.
Inauguration of the Siliguri branch
Total shares reached Rs.28,06,750 compared to Rs.4,30,000 in the previous year
Agreement made with Etepha Limited, Schaan, Switzerland, to manufacture pertussin cough syrup in India, Nepal, & Bhutan. Publishing of the notice of the annual general meeting in newspapers like The Statesman, Ananda Bazar Patrika, and ...
Premises taken on lease on Corporation Street (S.N. Bannerjee) for the head office.
After World War || the stock market crashed, as a result Calcutta stock exchange stated one should invest in companies like Frank Ross. Thus value of shares was reduced from Rs.10 to Rs.6 each and ...
Despite a loss of Rs.5000 due to severe earthquake in Darjeeling, a dividend was declared by the company
Inauguration of the Darjeeling branch at 5, Commercial Row, and shifting of the branch to 14, Nehru Road.
Inauguration of the Camac Street branch
Frank Ross was converted to a private limited company; the first Directors were M.Frank Ross, Mr. B.G Mccloughin, Mr.H Clifford Dingle, Mr.J.G. Bickell, Mr. J.V. Watkins, and Mr. W.M. Harold Edwards.
Incepted as an eponymous proprietorship firm by an Englishman, Mr. Frank Ross, Frank Ross imported all medicines from England and distributed it to various chemists.