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2000 [[Caradon]] sold some of its subsidiaries in order to concentrate on its "intelligent building systems division". The name of the company would be changed to [[Novar]], the name of the North American systems division<ref>  The Times, October 10, 2000</ref>. One of the ongoing subsidiaries was [[Indalex]], the North American business involved in aluminium extrusions<ref>The Times October 20, 2001</ref>
 
2000 [[Caradon]] sold some of its subsidiaries in order to concentrate on its "intelligent building systems division". The name of the company would be changed to [[Novar]], the name of the North American systems division<ref>  The Times, October 10, 2000</ref>. One of the ongoing subsidiaries was [[Indalex]], the North American business involved in aluminium extrusions<ref>The Times October 20, 2001</ref>
  
2004 Acquired by [[Honeywell|Honeywell International]]<ref>The Times, December 13, 2004</ref>
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2004 Acquired by [[Minneapolis-Honeywell Regulator Co|Honeywell International]]<ref>The Times, December 13, 2004</ref>
  
  

Latest revision as of 17:55, 19 October 2017

Previously the Caradon business[1]

2000 Caradon sold some of its subsidiaries in order to concentrate on its "intelligent building systems division". The name of the company would be changed to Novar, the name of the North American systems division[2]. One of the ongoing subsidiaries was Indalex, the North American business involved in aluminium extrusions[3]

2004 Acquired by Honeywell International[4]


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Sources of Information

  1. The Times, August 25, 2011
  2. The Times, October 10, 2000
  3. The Times October 20, 2001
  4. The Times, December 13, 2004