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1970 '''Hawker Siddeley''' acquired [[Brook Motors]] with the support of the [[Industrial Reorganisation Corporation]]<ref>The Times, May 02, 1970</ref>.  The 2 companies were later put together as '''Brook Crompton Parkinson Motors'''<ref>The Times,  Nov 02, 1973</ref>'
 
1970 '''Hawker Siddeley''' acquired [[Brook Motors]] with the support of the [[Industrial Reorganisation Corporation]]<ref>The Times, May 02, 1970</ref>.  The 2 companies were later put together as '''Brook Crompton Parkinson Motors'''<ref>The Times,  Nov 02, 1973</ref>'
  
1993 [[BTR Industries]] acquired [[Hawker Siddeley]] and other internationally-known names in electromechanical drives and controls including gear manufacturers Hansen Transmissions, Prager and Stephan Werke. '''Brook Crompton''' became part of '''Brook Hansen'''.  
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1991-3 [[BTR Industries]] acquired [[Hawker Siddeley]] and other internationally-known names in electromechanical drives and controls including gear manufacturers Hansen Transmissions, Prager and Stephan Werke. '''Brook Crompton''' became part of '''Brook Hansen'''.  
  
 
1999 Merger of '''BTR''' and [[Siebe, Gorman and Co|Siebe]]; '''Brook Hansen''' was split into motors companies and gear companies. The gear companies were aligned with the '''Rexnord''' group and the electric motors companies became known as '''Invensys Brook Crompton'''.
 
1999 Merger of '''BTR''' and [[Siebe, Gorman and Co|Siebe]]; '''Brook Hansen''' was split into motors companies and gear companies. The gear companies were aligned with the '''Rexnord''' group and the electric motors companies became known as '''Invensys Brook Crompton'''.

Latest revision as of 11:36, 15 February 2019

1984. Brook Crompton Parkinson Motors.
2000. Invensys Brook Crompton.

of Huddersfield

Makers of electric motors [1]

1968 Hawker Siddeley took over Crompton Parkinson

1970 Hawker Siddeley acquired Brook Motors with the support of the Industrial Reorganisation Corporation[2]. The 2 companies were later put together as Brook Crompton Parkinson Motors[3]'

1991-3 BTR Industries acquired Hawker Siddeley and other internationally-known names in electromechanical drives and controls including gear manufacturers Hansen Transmissions, Prager and Stephan Werke. Brook Crompton became part of Brook Hansen.

1999 Merger of BTR and Siebe; Brook Hansen was split into motors companies and gear companies. The gear companies were aligned with the Rexnord group and the electric motors companies became known as Invensys Brook Crompton.

Now part of the Lindeteves-Jacoberg Group; once more known as Brook Crompton.


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Sources of Information

  1. [1] Brook Crompton history webpage
  2. The Times, May 02, 1970
  3. The Times, Nov 02, 1973