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1983 Harry Klein was managing director.<ref>The Engineer 1983/01/27</ref>
 
1983 Harry Klein was managing director.<ref>The Engineer 1983/01/27</ref>
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1985 [[GEC Transportation Projects]] was responsible for the electrical and mechanical work on the [[Docklands Light Railway]]; the vehicle propulsion equipment was manufactured by '''GEC Traction'''; civil engineering was by [[John Mowlem]] <ref>The Times Friday,  Apr. 19, 1985</ref>
  
 
1989 Became [[GEC Alsthom Transportation Projects International]] Ltd
 
1989 Became [[GEC Alsthom Transportation Projects International]] Ltd

Revision as of 12:48, 24 February 2020

GEC Transportation Projects was a subsidiary of GEC.

1982 Company formed, incorporating parts of Fluvent Electrical Products

1983 Harry Klein was managing director.[1]

1985 GEC Transportation Projects was responsible for the electrical and mechanical work on the Docklands Light Railway; the vehicle propulsion equipment was manufactured by GEC Traction; civil engineering was by John Mowlem [2]

1989 Became GEC Alsthom Transportation Projects International Ltd

1998 Became Alstom Transportation Projects International Ltd; offices in London


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Sources of Information

  1. The Engineer 1983/01/27
  2. The Times Friday, Apr. 19, 1985
  • Companies House filings