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Jackson Industries

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of Luton, maker of electric cookers and refrigerators (1961)

1880 Company founded.

1900 Public company.

1920 Private company

1956 Name changed.

By 1958 Jackson Electric Stove Co had been acquired by Radiation

1961 Manufacturers of electric cooking, heating and water heating appliances, refrigerators and heavy duty cooking appliances.

1961 Jackson Industries closed its Luton factory and transferred production to the Parnall factory at Yate[1]

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Sources of Information

  1. The Times July 4, 1961