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Derritron

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Group of electronics companies, of Sussex

1959 Company formed[1]

1960 C. T. Chapman (Reproducers) [2] and L. S. B. Components joined the group[3]

1963 Reslosound, microphone producers of Romford, was a member of the group[4]

1965 Public quotation of the shares; company was involved in electronics in the communications and environmental testing fields[5]

1973 Acquired Technical Indexes; acquired Hanbush from Amalgamated Industrials in exchange for shares which gave Amalgamated c.26 percent of the group[6].

1974 Amalgamated bid for the rest of the equity[7]

1978 Acquired Servotest[8]

1980 Amalgamated sold most of the shares it owned in the market[9]

1982 Derritron, of Middlesex, ran out of cash and called in the receiver[10]. The receiver aimed to sell the group by parts

By 1986 Derritron Electronics of Hastings, specialist in vibration testing, was part of the Derritron Group which was wholly-owned by Armstrong Equipment[11]

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Sources of Information

  1. The Times, Dec 21, 1959
  2. The Times, Jun 16, 1960
  3. The Times, Jun 23, 1960
  4. The Times , Oct 14, 1963
  5. The Times, Feb 24, 1965
  6. The Times, Mar 20, 1973
  7. The Times, Nov 28, 1974
  8. The Times, Nov 24, 1978
  9. The Times, May 20, 1980
  10. The Times, Oct 02, 1982
  11. The Times, June 26, 1986