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GEC-Elliott Automation

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1975.

Note: This is a sub-section of GEC

of Elstree Way, Borehamwood, Herts

1968 A major reorganisation of AEI and English Electric (including Elliott Automation) was carried out after they were acquired by GEC. In electronics, 2 separate companies were created[1]:

1969 4 main groups were established within GEC-Elliott Automation to manage the various activities grouping together similar activities under a single management[2]:

Others were[3]:

1969 A 4th generation computer, not for business data processing applications, would be developed jointly between GEC-Marconi and GEC-Elliott Automation[4].

1970 Advertised for staff for [5]:

1975 The Telecommunications, Electronics and Automation subsidiaries included:[6]

1979 Formation of Fisher International, brought together the Fischer Controls subsidiary of Monsanto, and GEC's process controls and control valve division.[7]. This involved GEC-Elliott Control Valves at Rochester and GEC-Marconi Process Control at Leicester and Lewisham.[8]

1997 Satchwell Controls Co did not fit the company under its new management so was sold to Siebe[9]

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Sources of Information

  1. The Times, December 20, 1968
  2. The Times, 8 February 1969
  3. The Times, 27 November 1969
  4. The Times, 8 May 1969
  5. The Times , Oct 01, 1970
  6. 1975 Annual report
  7. The Times May 4, 1983
  8. The Times July 1, 1978
  9. The Times, January 03, 1997