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1925 was a year of some impressive first moves. Customers in Selfridges watched broadcast images move across John Logie Baird’s prototype television set; passengers on an Imperial Airways flight from London to Paris became the first international travellers to watch an in-flight movie; and Malcolm Campbell, in a Sunbeam Bluebird, moved across Pendine Sands at 150 mph to take the world land speed record.
In the same year, Samuel Cooper (travelling a bit more slowly) began moving milk and coal around North Rode, near Congleton. In the years that have followed, his company has not stood still. S.Cooper and Sons Ltd have moved with the times and we’ve kept going and growing because, like Samuel Cooper, we’ve focused on customers and community. To get to know us better, please follow our blog online.