Using 18cwt Transits, a West London record warehouse maintains a critical delivery schedule for a network of demanding customers
If you've noticed an error in this article please click here to report it so we can fix it.
By Johnny Johnson
HARD-HEADED road haulage operators are often far too near the mundane jobs of the industry to remain aware of the excitement which is sometimes involved in transport.
A pause for reflection will remind those who have forgotten, of the importance of road haulage to the consumer industry of this country, but further thought will be required to connect road haulage with the luxury or entertainment fields. So it might come as something of a surprise to those of us who have been engrossed with the costing and operation of road vehicles and the 'problems of maintaining routes and sdiedules to discover how critical all this is to the vital, honky-tonk world of pop music.
If you think that making sure that a popular brand of some consumable commodity is constantly available on a supermarket shelf, and the attendant logistics, are a nightmare of delivery constraints and interrupted 'schedules, you should take a look at the problems of pop record distribution.