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McOnie Harvey and Co

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1893. Triple Effet Vacuum Evaporator.
1894. Name plate for Evaporator.

1888 McOnie Harvey and Co, Glasgow Engineers, was formed by the amalgamation of Robert Harvey and Co and McOnie's.

1892 The business was incorporated, under its existing name, with capital of £35,000.[1] The company changed its name in 1904.[2]

1905 After the death of William McOnie, Robert Harvey Junior developed the business as Harvey Engineering Company, Ltd, makers of sugar machinery and erection of central sugar factories, with a high reputation in all sugar-producing countries.

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Sources of Information

  1. The Scotsman 10 December 1892
  2. National Records of Scotland BT2/2404