The Royal Navy leads in naval technology with innovations like efficient LED lighting and advanced electrical systems, crucial for future maritime challenges and operations.
When it comes to naval operations, safety and visibility are of utmost importance. In the vast expanse of the open seas, having reliable and efficient lighting systems is crucial for successful missions. This is where McGeoch Technology shines as a world leader in...
McGeoch’s Successful Participation at Combined Naval Event Showcases Expertise in Harsh Environments
At the Combined Naval Event in Farnborough, McGeoch showcased their robust and reliable electrical solutions for naval applications, engaging with global industry leaders and professionals.
McGeoch Technology, known for high-quality electrical and lighting solutions for land and sea applications, is expanding their offerings from their Birmingham, UK headquarters. Learn more in their new DL pocket-sized leaflet.
McGeoch Technology, renowned for bespoke electrical systems and marine lighting, has supplied over 12,000 lighting units and 600 panels for naval ships and submarines, highlighting its long-standing expertise in naval engineering.
McGeoch showcased its fast-developing marine lighting and ships’ brassfoundry products at the British Industries Fair, attracting global attention and contributing to a robust order book.
Birmingham’s 1956 British Industries Fair showcased UK’s finest, including standout McGeoch & Co Ltd. The event attracted global buyers and a royal visit from Queen Elizabeth II, epitomizing Britain’s industrial excellence
McGeoch’s Warwick Works stood strong through the Birmingham Blitz, later leading in electronics innovation. Discover McGeoch’s unparalleled electronics skills and their transformative journey post-WWII
On the night of 22nd November 1940 and through the early hours of the following day during one of Birmingham’s worst WWII blitzes, incendiaries rained around the Coventry Road Works of McGeoch & Company Limited, electrical engineers and brassfounders. Some fell on...
During the first world war, McGeoch's business was almost entirely devoted to Government contracts for electrical and general equipment, particularly those from the admiralty, for whom the company was making many standardised electric light fittings, watertight plugs...