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Revision as of 17:06, 10 November 2019

1939.
February 1943.
1943.
November 1944.
January 1952.
Sept 1953.

of Chessington and Resolven

Formerly of Albany Works, Thames Ditton, and Kingston By-Pass, Surbiton.

  • 1929 Established by Arthur Mollart and J. Hendra.
  • 1937 Aircraft precision components. [1]
  • 2019 Mollart Engineering continues as an advanced precision mechanical engineering business with an international reputation in the pioneering development and building of deep hole drilling machine tools, tooling, including gundrills, deep hole boring and bore finishing. They also undertake subcontract precision machining and fabrication. See Mollart website.

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