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P. A. M.

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1950. Tem-Con.

of Merrow, Guildford

WWII Engaged in production work exclusively for the Admiralty[1]

1945 Southern Areas Electric Corporation was asked to acquire P. A. M. Ltd, makers of precision instruments of Guildford; the company's output had been trebled[2].

c.1950s Early portable radio receiver exhibit. [3]

1951 P. A. M. had suffered from failure of a company which it used for manufacture of electric heat storage cookers[4]; a large amount of stock was written off.

1952 The company was now concentrated on work related to re-armament

1956 Subsidiary of Southern Areas Electric Corporation

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Sources of Information

  1. The Times 29 June 1946
  2. The Times 22 May 1945
  3. Museum of Country Life at Exmouth
  4. The Times 29 May 1952