- Directors' reports and accounts 1974-1975
- Company secretary's files 1977-1981
Records of Greenock Engineering Co Ltd, Greenock, Inverclyde, Scotland
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- ReferenceGB 248 GD 323/10
- Dates of Creation1973-1981
- Name of Creator
- Physical Description0.15 metresThere are no physical characteristics that affect the use of this material
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Administrative / Biographical History
Light engineering and plumbing firm, Greenock, Inverclyde, Scotland.
Scott Lithgow Ltd , Greenock, took over Mitchell Swire Ltd in 1973 and split one of its subsidiary companies, James Mitchell & Son Co Ltd , Greenock, into two companies, namely Greenock Engineering Co Ltd and Inchgreen Engineering Co Ltd.
In 1977, Greenock Engineering Co Ltd was nationalised as part of Scott Lithgow Group and British Shipbuilders became the ultimate holding company. The company never traded from its incorporation and was liquidated in 1979-1980.
This material is arranged into series, which consist of numbers of items related by function and/or format. Within series, the items are generally arranged chronologically.
National Archives of Scotland : 1994
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Manual file level list of the Scott Lithgow Group collection available in searchroom
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Records held by Scott Lithgow Ltd prior to their acquisition by the National Archives of Scotland
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This material is original
The fonds level of description wascompiled by David Powell, Hub Project Archivist, 12 October 2001
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