Transport Containers from Belfast Firm
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IL NEW venture for the recently estab
lished coachbuilding division of .H. Cars Ltd., of Belfast, is the con'uction of 1,000-cu.-ft.-capacity, 14-tonLyload road shipping containers. These
■ ntainers are for use on Irish Sea ferry rvices, and have been specially designed r pallet loading, with a strengthened Jot-, Framing is of steel and light alloy, [th allay panelling, the external frameark leaving a smooth interior finish. 'era]] dimensions arc 20 ft. by 7 ft. 6 in. 8 ft, The manufacture of goods vehicle bodies has also been commenced in the new factory which M.H. Cars established to construct 88 Fleetline bus bodies for Belfast Corporation. Meanwhile delivery of the 63 further Fleetline buses with locally assembled chassis is being undertaken at the rate of two per week. A new company, M.H. Coachworks Ltd., was established to undertake the bodybuilding activities of this Belfast firm. The Fleetline chassis assembly is, however, undertaken by M.H. Cars Ltd.