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MR. REX BATE has joined the board of Renold Chains, Ltd.
MR. PERCY MORRIS has been appointed to the Western Area Board of the British Transport Commission.
MR. FRANK C. YOUNG has joined the public relations division of Simms Motor and Electronics Corporation, Ltd.
MR. G. A. MAJOR, secretary of Red and White Services, Ltd., will become director.and general manager on April I.
MR. F. J. GAIIFORD has retired as managing director of Haslemere Motor Co., Ltd.. and director of Wadhams (Holdings), Ltd.
MR. W. F. Lts-r, assistant managing director of C. C. Wakefield and Co., Ltd., and Wakefield-Dick industrial Oils. Ltd., has completed 50 years' service with the group.
MRS. J. BURTON has been appointed export sales manager of the Chaseside Engineering Co., Ltd. He was previously an export assistant at the Hertford works.
MR. E. A. AUST has succeeded MR. W. F. ELFORD as chief engineer of the Adelaide Municipal Tramways Trust. He was formerly chief engineer of the Calcutta Tramways Co., Ltd.
D. A. P. C. CUMMING has joined the board of the John Bull Rubber Co., Ltd., a subsidiary of the Dunlop Rubber Co., Ltd. MR. W .KNox, who has represented the John Bull Rubber Co., Ltd. for nine years, has taken an appointment with Clarkson and Co. (Scotland), Ltd.
M. B. A. CHENGAPA has been appointed assistant liaison executive in India by Perkins Engines, Ltd. He will co-operate with Simpson and Co.; Ltd.. Madras, who manufacture Perkins engines under licence, and departments of the Indian Government, MR. F. B. FORD. formerly transport manager with co-operative societies at Colwyn Bay and Burnley, has been appointed manager of the Long Eaton Co-operative Society's 112 vehicles. He succeeds MR. FRANK TREBUIT, who has retired after 51 years with the Society.
MR. H. R. STOCKS has been appointed executive engineer of Vauxhall Motors, Ltd. MR. J. H. ALDEN becomes assistant chief engineer of commercial vehicles and MR. D. G. PERKINS has been appointed assistant chief engineer of administration. MR. K. M. EATON has taken the place of MR. G. F. TIPLER, -general supply manager, who is retiring.
OCEAN TERMINAL AT LEITH
rtA NEW ocean terminal, which will cost £500,000 and occupy a 12-acre site 1 miles west of Leith, is to 'be constructed by the Regent Oil Co., Ltd.