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1909 GEC had expanded to 7 large factories but, due to depressed trade, these were operating at less than full capacity. The Sherlock Street works in Birmingham were making heating stoves and radiators in addition to electric light fittings.
1925 GEC bought the washing machine designed by James Cooper Moncrieff and renamed it The Magnet
1967 GEC acquired AEI