Brook Hansen Motors Becomes Invensys Brook Crompton.
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British inventor of the spinning mule (1779). , tel:0148 442 2150, merged with Hansen Han·sen , Gerhard Henrik Armauer 1746-1845.
Norwegian physician and bacteriologist who discovered (1869) the leprosy bacillus. Transmissions to become Brook Hansen, with a combined product range of electric motors, transmissions, and transmission elements. Since the merger, theIR motors business has developed significantly and Brook Crompton are now being managed separately from Hansen as a focused motors business within the Drives Systems Division of Invensys Invensys plc is a British engineering company, headquartered in London, England. It was formed by the merger of Siebe and BTR in 1999. The company is multinational with operations in over 60 countries, employing over 35,000 employees. .
The Invensys name will become increasingly familiar in the global engineering market over the next few years and Brook Crompton and Parvex will also carry the Invensys brand, reflecting the global ambitions of both companies. However, they will also retain and develop their focus as suppliers of motors under their Brook Crompton and Parvex brands.