Agricultural & General Engineers

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Agricultural & General Engineers (AGE) was a combine of British engineering companies formed in 1919. The constituent companies were assigned sectors of the market to reduce competition within the group. The group headquarters were located in Aldwych, London, but most of the member companies were in rural areas. The company entered receivership in 1932.

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Most of the companies survived and restructured.

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