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of Colnbrook, Slough.
1952 Founded by George Rotinoff, son of a Russian engineer.
Produced the 140 tons gross 'Atlantic', and the 330 tons gross 'Super Atlantic'
Also built 2 long wheelbase "Viscounts" which were of a lighter construction and went to Australia for use as cattle hauling road-trains for the Vestry meat company.
The company also built a one-off 'Pacific' dumper.
George Rotinoff died in 1959 when only 35 vehicles had been built bearing the Rotinoff name, after which no more vehicles were built.