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Research, design and development and consulting engineers, of Sittingbourne, of Chatham, of Andover.
1940s Company established
1960 Acquired by Harper Engineering and Electronics
1961 Consisted of 250 staff working on a variety of projects including nuclear power
By 1963 was a subsidiary of Leadenhall-Sterling Investments Ltd but the basis of future trading was not sound
1965 Spembly Technical Products developed a cryo-surgery device for eye operations
1967 Member of the British Nuclear Forum
1971 Management changes and cuts required to restore profitability
1975 Queen's Award for Technology for cryo-surgical products, Spembly of Andover.
1983 Spembly Electronics of Alton made weather satellite monitoring equipment which was delivered to the Royal Navy for the Falklands Task Force and subsequently ordered for all ships carrying aircraft or helicopters
1991 Spembly Medical was a subsidiary of The Surgical Technology Group, of Andover