The McGeoch Edwardian Era

Glasgow thrived as a maritime hub by 1900, prominently featuring in the ‘RMS Lusitania’s’ story, illuminated by William McGeoch & Co’s exceptional marine lighting expertise

McGeoch Lights up the City of Paris

Highlighting the ‘SS City of Paris’, this blog explores its record-breaking journeys and William McGeoch’s impact on maritime lighting design in the late 19th century

McGeoch’s Warwick Works

William McGeoch & Co acquired their Warwick Works in Birmingham in 1887 and almost immediately began manufacturing lighting fittings for the new Atlantic flyer - 'SS City of Paris' - being built on the Thomson yard (later to become John Brown's) at Clydebank....

Marine, Naval & Submarine Suppressor Boxes

McGeoch Technology (incorporating William White Switchgear) designs and manufactures a comprehensive range of power distribution and control and instrumentation panels for warships. McGeoch marine switchgear can be found at the heart of critical power distribution...

Mcgeoch Lighting Stands The Test of Time

It’s nearly five years since visitors to the now well established biennial and internationally renowned DSEi Exhibition had the privilege to explore above and below decks on HMS Iron Duke who was moored in the Royal Victoria Dock alongside London’s ExCeL Exhibition...

The Magic of Mazak

As you would expect from such a high-tech manufacturing operation as the one to be found at McGeoch’s headquarters in Birmingham, UK, drilling, grinding, milling, tapping, threading and turning are all standard everyday processes but recent investment has allowed the...

Further Investment in Manufacturing Operations

Over the years, McGeoch Technology has established a worldwide reputation for outstanding quality and service in the design and manufacture of high-quality electrical control and instrumentation systems and specialist lighting for both land and sea applications. Above...

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