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1957 [[AEI]] started to introduce product-based businesses: AEI Lamp and Lighting Co, as well as Birlec and Hill Top Foundry Co., were associated with the [[BTH]] business<ref>The Times April 10, 1958</ref>
 
1957 [[AEI]] started to introduce product-based businesses: AEI Lamp and Lighting Co, as well as Birlec and Hill Top Foundry Co., were associated with the [[BTH]] business<ref>The Times April 10, 1958</ref>
 
   
 
   
1961  [[Glass Tubes and Components]] formed as a joint venture to take over the glass manufacture and sales activities of [[GEC]] at Lemington, and Wembley and the [[AEI Lamp and Lighting Co]] at Chesterfield, other than [[Glass Bulbs]] Ltd.<ref>The Times, November 24, 1961</ref>
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1961  [[Glass Tubes and Components]] formed as a joint venture to take over the glass manufacture and sales activities of [[GEC]] at [[Lemington Glass Works|Lemington]], and Wembley and the [[AEI Lamp and Lighting Co]] at Chesterfield, other than [[Glass Bulbs]] Ltd.<ref>The Times, November 24, 1961</ref>
  
 
1964 Merged with the lighting interests of [[Thorn Electrical Industries]] to form a new joint company, [[British Lighting Industries]], one of the largest lighting groups in Europe.<ref>The Times, Apr 06, 1965</ref>
 
1964 Merged with the lighting interests of [[Thorn Electrical Industries]] to form a new joint company, [[British Lighting Industries]], one of the largest lighting groups in Europe.<ref>The Times, Apr 06, 1965</ref>

Latest revision as of 12:16, 29 December 2020

November 1957. Mazda Lamps.

Glass envelopes were manufactured by BTH at Chesterfield

By 1956 AEI Lamp and Lighting Co was a part of AEI

1957 AEI started to introduce product-based businesses: AEI Lamp and Lighting Co, as well as Birlec and Hill Top Foundry Co., were associated with the BTH business[1]

1961 Glass Tubes and Components formed as a joint venture to take over the glass manufacture and sales activities of GEC at Lemington, and Wembley and the AEI Lamp and Lighting Co at Chesterfield, other than Glass Bulbs Ltd.[2]

1964 Merged with the lighting interests of Thorn Electrical Industries to form a new joint company, British Lighting Industries, one of the largest lighting groups in Europe.[3]

The reconstituted board of directors was as follows: Mr A. Deutsch, chairman, Mr. J. G. Christopher, Mr J. Clement, Mr S. R. Eade, Mr S. Hale.[4]

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Sources of Information

  1. The Times April 10, 1958
  2. The Times, November 24, 1961
  3. The Times, Apr 06, 1965
  4. The Engineer 1964/08/28