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1969 The division included the relevant parts of [[GEC]], [[AEI]] and [[English Electric Co]], and [[J. G. Statter and Co]] and [[Switchgear and Cowans]]
 
1969 The division included the relevant parts of [[GEC]], [[AEI]] and [[English Electric Co]], and [[J. G. Statter and Co]] and [[Switchgear and Cowans]]
  
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1978 ''''GEC Switchgear''' Ltd became [[GEC High Voltage Switchgear]] Ltd
  
 
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Revision as of 11:19, 24 February 2020

1967 GEC established a subsidiary which brought together the previous GEC and AEI business units in switchgear which were rapidly integrated.[1]

1969 The division included the relevant parts of GEC, AEI and English Electric Co, and J. G. Statter and Co and Switchgear and Cowans

1978 'GEC Switchgear Ltd became GEC High Voltage Switchgear Ltd

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Sources of Information

  1. The Times, July 30, 1968