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 Creed developed an automated telegraph machine using punched tape to send Morse signals. 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'.