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Bryce Berger

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September 1954.

of Gloucester and Staines

1941 Private company

1952 Bryce Fuel Injection Ltd and Berger Equipment Ltd amalgamated as Bryce Berger Ltd; address Ironbarks Works, Staines [1].

1955 Subsidiary of Brush Electrical Engineering Co[2].

1958 Hawker Siddeley moved Bryce Berger to the Gloster Aircraft factory at Gloucester to provide space for expansion[3].

1960 C. A. Vandervell and Co purchased Bryce Berger makers of fuel injection pumps from Hawker Siddeley [4]; C. A. V. was a subsidiary of Lucas; the 2 ranges of pumps were complementary [5].

1961 Manufacturers of fuel injection, governing and starting equipment for diesel engines. 498 employees.

1975 A subsidiary of Joseph Lucas (Industries) Ltd[6]

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Sources of Information

  1. The Times, 1 August 1952
  2. The Times, 29 April 1955
  3. The Times, 2 October 1958
  4. The Times, 18 August 1960
  5. The Times, 13 December 1960
  6. Lucas annual report 1975