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of Penarth-street, Canterbury-road, Old Kent-road, London, S.E. 15; 101, Grosvenor-road, Westminster, London, S.W.I. (1926).

1920 Public company formed as Fletcher Electric Salvage Co

1923 Name changed to Fescol.

1926 Obtained new works with a new address of 101, Grosvenor-road, Westminster, London, S.W.I.[1]

1937 Electro-chemical depositors and engineers. [2]

1939 See Aircraft Industry Suppliers

1961 Electro-chemical and metal-lurgical experts, specialising in the "Fescol" process of electro deposition for the re-building of work machine parts. 200 employees. [3]

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