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The Calcutta-based Macneill & Magor was renamed Williamson Magor & Company in 1992. The change of name is in line with the company's reorganisation programme. Over the last few years, it has been hiving off its engineering divisions, spinning them off into separate companies. In fact, both the Khaitans and the Magors who are the co-promoters, were of the view that for the different product groups to thrive, it is necessary to convert them into separate companies. In 1989, the industrial machinery product group was transferred to Kilburn Engineering. 1990 saw the transfer of the materials handling and electrical products groups to Macneill Engineering; and in 1992, the last two engineering groups (mining and trading) were transferred to Macneill International. The company transferred 2 tea gardens to its group outfit, Mcleod Russel (I) and 7 tea estates to The Bishnauth Tea Company. After transferring nine of its tea estates to the group companies, it virtually became a holding company of the subsidiary tea firms.