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of 10 - 16 Aberfeldy Street and Blair Street, Poplar, London, E
1903 Company established presumably by Edward Whitten Rudd
1904 Edward Rudd was proposed for associate membership of the IMechE; described as engineer, London and South of England representative of T. Coulthard and Co Ltd, engineers, Preston, and 26 Page Street, Westminster
1907 E. W. Rudd and Co, London agents for Messrs. Alley and MacLellan Ltd. of Glasgow, exhibited two Sentinel steam wagons at the 1907 Commercial Motor Show.
1910 Incorporated as a limited company.
1914 Engineers and motor haulage contractors. Speciality: meat carrying and delivering in insulated motors. 
1948 The British Transport Commission acquired the company including its holding in J. Calnan and Sons Ltd, together with other transport and haulage businesses. It became part of British Road Services (BRS)
1952 Transported a 130 foot distillation column from Greenwich to Grangemouth featured in film "Dodging The Column – 1952" by British Transport Films.