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Sonolor; Paris, La Courneuve

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Name: Sonolor; Paris, La Courneuve    (F)  
Abbreviation: sonolor
Products: Model types
Summary:

Sonolor Constructeurs
95 Bd. de Magenta (1936)
Atéliers: 74 Faubourg Poissonnière, Paris (1937)

Sonolor S.A.
65 Rue Archereau, Paris 19e (1957)
182 et 184 Av. Paul Vaillant-Couturier, La Courneuve (1961)

History:

En 1990 la Sololor S.A. était une filiale de la société suédoise AB Electrolux. [International Electronics Directory '90, p. 382]


Some models:
Country Year Name 1st Tube Notes
40 Vedette [coffret simple] 6E8   
50 Vedette [coffret à oreilles] 6BE6  Wellenschalter mit Stellung PU, aber kein Anschluss vorhanden 
56 Olympia ECH81  Band spread for short wave. 
70 Multistandard 61 EF184  21 Diodes. 
55 Sully ECH81  Zuschaltbare drehbare AM-Antenne. 
50 Inconnu - Unknown 1 6BE6   
68 51cm   Picture tube 51 cm. 
68 59cm   Picture tube 59 cm. 
68 61cm   Picture tube 61 cm. 
67 Traveller 41   41 cm b/w 625/819 lines TV with VHF-/UHF tuner standard for French, Luxembourg and Belgium... 
54 Rafale 6BA6   
58 Succes ECH80  4 gammes d'ondes dont 1 bande étalée (BE) sur OC. Cadre à air inc... 

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Video: SONOLOR closing factory in Saint-Denis (France 1979)
Vincent de Franco
01.Feb.15
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This reportage on the INA channel (French National Audi/Video Archive) shows a reportage dated April 20, 1979 about the termination of the employment of 445 employees of SONOLOR then owned by ITT and the transfer of the production from France to Tunesia where the salaries were much lower. 

An employee working on assembling a product of 127 parts in 7 minutes was earning a salary of 2,200 French Francs (around 330€) per months, compared to the 460 French Francs (around 70€) earned for the same work in Tunesia (source JO April 19 1979).

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