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Londex

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22nd March 1941.
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Londex of 207 Anerley Road, London.

1962 Maker of specialized electrical control equipment; acquired by Elliott Automation[1]

1967 GEC acquired Elliott Automation as part of the take-over of English Electric.

1974 Designed, engineered and installed a continuous counting machine to monitor the output from the printing presses at the Daily Mirror printing plant.[2]

1976 As a subsidiary of GEC, the company agreed with its workers an arrangement which allowed funding of a new at factory at Penge[3]

Also known as GEC Londex

1983 Manufacturer of industrial components; acquired by Cambridge Instruments[4]

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Sources of Information

  1. The Times, Aug 02, 1962
  2. The Engineer 1974/08/22 and 1974/08/29
  3. The Times Sep 03, 1976
  4. The Times, Oct 06, 1983