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General Electric Apparatus Co

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1888 Catalogue

of 29 Aldermanbury, London

Gustav Binswanger established the General Electric Apparatus Co to import and wholesale electrical equipment[1].

1886 Gustav Binswanger and Hugo Hirst left Electric Apparatus Co to continue with General Electric Apparatus Co[2].

1886(1888?) Name of General Electric Apparatus Co changed to The General Electric Company.


See Also

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Sources of Information

  1. History of GEC [1]
  2. History of GEC [2]