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Paul Alphonse Hubert Mossay

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Paul Alphonse Hubert Mossay (1877- )

1922 Elec. and Automobile Engr.; Man. Dir., Mossay and Co., Ltd., Engrs., 7, Princes Street, Westminster; Director, Reavell-Mossay Pneumatic Tool Co., Ltd.; Director, New British Electric Supply Co., Ltd.; b. 1877. Ed. and Trained: Vervier's Grammar School (Belgium) and Liege Univ. Gained Degree of Elec. Engr. Career: Designer of the first Induction Motors built by the British Thomson-Houston Co., Ltd., Rugby, 1902-6; Designer of large Induction Motors with the British Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Co., Manchester, 1906-7; Chief Engr., Hausa Lloyd Works, Bremen, 1907—I I; responsible for all designs of Electric Machines and Battery-driven Vehicles; Director, Societe Anonyme des Ateliers Germain, Monceau sur Sambre, Belgium; responsible for design and manufacture of Petrol-driven Pleasure and Commercial Vehicles, 1911-13; Managing Director of Mossay and Co., Ltd., London, 1913 to date; responsible for the Design of the Orwell Electric Vehicles built by Ransome, Sims and Jeff eries; Technical Director, New British Electric Supply Co., Ltd., London; Director, Reavell-Mossay Pneumatic Tool Co., Ltd. Various Publications in the " Industrie Electrique " (Paris) Bulletin of the Assoc. of Elec. Engrs. (Liege); " Electrician "; Paper before the Min. Inst. of Scotland. Club: Ipswich and Suffolk (Ipswich). Addresses: 322, Norwich Road, Ipswich; 7, Princes Street, Westminster (Offices).

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