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Fuller's Wire and Cable Co

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c.1914 Fuller's Wire and Cable Co Ltd. was formed as a subsidiary of John C. Fuller and Son Ltd., in a separate factory at Chadwell Heath to manufacture wires and cables for all electrical uses

During WWI started manufacturing Ebonite in its rubber works when supplies from Germany were not available.

1919 The Fuller's United Electric Works was formed to take over as a going concern John C. Fuller and Son, Fuller Accumulator Co, Fuller's Wire and Cable Co, and Fuller's Carbon and Electrical Co[1]

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Sources of Information

  1. The Times, Jul 16, 1920
  • The Times, Apr 11, 1919