Creed and Company Limited 1912

Glasgow, Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom

In 1912 along with another Danish engineer Harald Bille the company was incorporated as Creed, Bille & Company Limited. Unfortunately Harald Bille was killed in a railway accident and his named was eventually dropped from the company name. Frederick also developed the receiving end of the system that enabled the electronic messages to be received and punched out on paper tape. A printer received the tape and decoded the message back into plain language this became known as the "Creed High Speed Automatic Printing Telegraphy System".