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of Slough Trading Estate.
From 1919 to 1923 distribution of the cars was done by Gaston, Williams and Wigmore.
1923 Formed as a private company.
1926 February 18th. The factory at Slough was opened for assembly and finishing of Citroens and continued until 1965. These included the Type-C, DS21, Light 15, 2CV and the Bijou.
1949 The 'Light Fifteen' and the six-cylinder models assembled at Slough. 
1951 Exhibitor at the 1951 Motor Show in the Car Section.
1961 Has 534 employees and capital of £300,000. 
1961 Manufacturers of "Citroen" cars. 534 employees. 
1965 Production ceased at Slough
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