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1923 Vickers and the International Combustion Engineering Corporation established a new joint company Vickers and International Combustion Engineering Co to manufacture power plant equipment. Part of Vickers factory at Barrow in Furness, which had been used to make shells, would be transferred to the new company to manufacture boilers for pulverised fuel and related equipment
1927 Works moved to Derby. Presumably around this time, Vickers sold its share to the American partner.
1928 The shares in the company were quoted on the London Stock Exchange
1929 The US parent company was put into receivership
1933 A British group bought the various companies and amalgamated them into International Combustion of Derby