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1964 [[Efco]] acquired the remainder of the shareholding in [[Heat Treatment and Brazing Co]], which provided contract heat treatment; this became part of Furnaces Division<ref> The Times, Sep 24, 1964</ref>
 
1964 [[Efco]] acquired the remainder of the shareholding in [[Heat Treatment and Brazing Co]], which provided contract heat treatment; this became part of Furnaces Division<ref> The Times, Sep 24, 1964</ref>
  
1977 '''British Heat Treatments''', a subsidiary of Unochrome International, acquired '''Heat Treatment and Brazing Co''' from Oxy Metal Industries (which had owned '''Udylite''', owners of [[Efco]])<ref>The Times, Feb 12, 1977</ref>
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1977 '''British Heat Treatments''', a subsidiary of [[Unochrome International]], acquired '''Heat Treatment and Brazing Co''' from Oxy Metal Industries (which had owned '''Udylite''', owners of [[Efco]])<ref>The Times, Feb 12, 1977</ref>
  
 
==See Also==
 
==See Also==

Latest revision as of 17:07, 2 August 2013

1964 Efco acquired the remainder of the shareholding in Heat Treatment and Brazing Co, which provided contract heat treatment; this became part of Furnaces Division[1]

1977 British Heat Treatments, a subsidiary of Unochrome International, acquired Heat Treatment and Brazing Co from Oxy Metal Industries (which had owned Udylite, owners of Efco)[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. The Times, Sep 24, 1964
  2. The Times, Feb 12, 1977