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1963 Motor Show exhibitor. Sintered metallic components.<ref> [[1963 Motor Show]]</ref>
 
1963 Motor Show exhibitor. Sintered metallic components.<ref> [[1963 Motor Show]]</ref>
  
1967 [[BSA]] acquired [[S. M. C. Sterling]] of Crewkerne, and would amalgamate it with its own sintering operation at Sparkbrook<ref>The Times , Sep 12, 1967</ref>
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1967 [[BSA]] acquired [[S.M.C. Sterling]] of Crewkerne, and would amalgamate it with its own sintering operation at Sparkbrook<ref>The Times , Sep 12, 1967</ref>
  
 
Presumably became [[BSA Sintered Components]]1967  
 
Presumably became [[BSA Sintered Components]]1967  

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1957.
Oct 1962.
Oct 1966.

of Chard; of Sterling Works, Crewkerne, Somerset.

One of the first British companies to make metal components from powder by sintering.

1959 Subsidiary of Sterling Industries[1]

1962 Sintered Metal Components (Chard)

1963 Motor Show exhibitor. Sintered metallic components.[2]

1967 BSA acquired S.M.C. Sterling of Crewkerne, and would amalgamate it with its own sintering operation at Sparkbrook[3]

Presumably became BSA Sintered Components1967




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Sources of Information

  1. The Times, Aug 06, 1959
  2. 1963 Motor Show
  3. The Times , Sep 12, 1967