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Siemens-Schuckert Co

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1901.
1909. Electric locomotive No. E4 for Harton Coal Co. Exhibit at the Stephenson Railway Museum.
1909.
1910.
June 1944
1951
1965. Announcement of company formation.

of Berlin and of Faraday Works, Brentford (Siemens-Schuckert Co {Great Britain})

1903 Siemens and Halske AG merged the heavy current parts of its activities with Schuckert and Co. of Nuremberg to become Siemens-Schuckertwerke GmbH.[1]

1925 Private company.

1937 Manufacturers and suppliers of aeromotors, aircraft instruments and accessories. [2]

1961 Electrical engineers, specialising in flameproof equipment for collieries and industry, electric resistance welding machines, switchgear and control gear. 260 employees. [3]

1965 As a result of the formation of Siemens (United Kingdom), Siemens-Schuckert Co (Great Britain) changed its name to Hackbridge-Faraday Electrics Ltd (see advert)

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