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1963 Motor Show exhibitor. Storage and lockers. <ref> [[1963 Motor Show]]</ref>
 
1963 Motor Show exhibitor. Storage and lockers. <ref> [[1963 Motor Show]]</ref>
  
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1969 As result of [[GEC]] acquiring [[English Electric Co]] and [[AEI]], became part of [[GEC Power Engineering]].  
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1969 As result of [[GEC]] acquiring [[English Electric Co]] and [[AEI]], Bertram Thomas became part of [[English Electric-Hewittic Rectifiers]].  
  
  

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1921.
August 1926.
March 1932.
1933.
January 1936.

Bertram Thomas
Bertram Thomas (Engineers)
of Worsley Street, Hulme, Manchester, 15. Telephone: Blackfriars 0905/6. Telegraphic Address: "Breaker, Manchester"

1885 (or 1879)[1]) Company founded.

1937 Listed Exhibitor - British Industries Fair. "Tiltrack" Sectional Steel Storage Bins and Adjustable Shelving, Steel Cabinets and Cupboards. Electric Dinner Wagons. Carving Tables, Hot Plates, Plate Warmers. Fixed and Portable Electric Heaters, and Motor Car Pre-heaters. (Stand No. D.200) [2]

1939 Private company.

1960 Subsidiary of Hackbridge and Hewittic Electric Co which was incorporated in Combined Electrical Manufacturers Ltd

1961 Electrical and mechanical engineers and contractors. Makers of switchgear and "Tiltrack" patent storage system. 450 employees. [3]

1963 Motor Show exhibitor. Storage and lockers. [4]

Taken-over by larger groups

1969 As result of GEC acquiring English Electric Co and AEI, Bertram Thomas became part of English Electric-Hewittic Rectifiers.


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