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Daimler products were sold in the British Empire in a partnership with the British company George F. Milnes and Co.
Milnes-Daimler developed a double-decker in 1902 and provided a bus for the first motorised bus service in the United Kingdom the following year.
1902 The first bus arrived and went to Portsmouth and Gosport Motors. After this time Milnes-Daimler was founded.
1902 Incorporated as a limited company.
1907 Milnes and Milnes-Daimler were the largest provider of motorbuses and 600 were in service in the UK.
1909 Agents for Mercedes
1914 Motor car manufacturers. 
WWI Though the company met success in selling buses throughout the British Empire, the partnership between Daimler and Milnes had to be undone due to the First World War.
The company eventually sold just chassis instead of complete vehicles with Milnes bodies as before.