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Arnold Redler

Arnold Redler[1] (September 1875 – October 1958) was the British founder of the conveying company Redler Limited[2] in Stroud, Gloucestershire in 1920 and the father of the En-Masse principle of conveying bulk materials.

Early years

Born in Bishops Nympton, Devon to Thomas John Redler a Corn Miller and Georgina Relder, Arnold grew up as the second youngest of 6 children at the family home of Bathpool Mill in West Monkton. His father bought the mill when Arnold was 14 from Captain George Beadon.

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