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British Thomson-Houston (BTH) was a British engineering and heavy industrial company, based at Rugby, Warwickshire, England and founded as a subsidiary of the General Electric Company (GE) of Schenectady, New York, USA. They were known primarily for their electrical systems and steam turbines. BTH was taken into British ownership and amalgamated with the similar Metropolitan-Vickers company in 1928 to form Associated Electrical Industries (AEI), but the two brand identities were maintained until 1960. The holding company, Associated Electrical Industries (AEI), later merged with GEC.

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  • طومسون هيوستن البريطانية
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  • طومسون هيوستن البريطانية هي شركة هندسة وصناعات ثقيلة بريطانية ،وتعتبر أحد فروع شركة جينيرال إلكتريك في بريطانيا، تشتهر في المقام الأول بأنظمتها الكهربائية وتوربينات البخار، كانت تستخدم براءات إختراع شركة جينرال إليكتريك في الولايات المتحدة مع إمكانية الوصول لخبرات تلك الشركة، وتعديل التصميمات لتناسب الأسواق البريطانية والاستعمارية.
  • British Thomson-Houston (Abk.: B.T.H.) war ein britisches Maschinenbauunternehmen mit Sitz in Rugby (Warwickshire), das durch elektrotechnische Produkte und Dampfturbinen bekannt wurde. Das Unternehmen wurde im Mai 1896 als europäische Niederlassung von General Electric gegründet. Im Jahr 1900 wurde ein Vertrag abgeschlossen, der es ermöglichte, dass British Thomson-Houston als Energieversorger auftreten konnte. 1902 wurde ein Werk eröffnet, in dem Elektromotoren und Generatoren gebaut wurden. Gleichzeitig erwarb das Unternehmen eine Lizenz für die Produktion von Dampfturbinen, deren Produktion 1904 aufgenommen wurde.
  • British Thomson-Houston (BTH) was a British engineering and heavy industrial company, based at Rugby, Warwickshire, England and founded as a subsidiary of the General Electric Company (GE) of Schenectady, New York, USA. They were known primarily for their electrical systems and steam turbines. BTH was taken into British ownership and amalgamated with the similar Metropolitan-Vickers company in 1928 to form Associated Electrical Industries (AEI), but the two brand identities were maintained until 1960. The holding company, Associated Electrical Industries (AEI), later merged with GEC.
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