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Radical changes at Grey-Green Coaches

7th January 1972, Page 15
7th January 1972
Page 15
Page 15, 7th January 1972 — Radical changes at Grey-Green Coaches
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• To increase operating efficiency and service to the passengers by improving communications between management and drivers, Grey-Green Coaches Ltd has introduced five operating divisions, each one the responsibility of one person, as from January 1 1972.

The coach fleet has been split into units of 25 to 30 vehicles, and drivers and services allocated to each area. Mr David Ewer, a director of the company, has been appointed co-ordinator, carrying overall responsibility for administration of the areas. The five divisions and their managers are: CENTRAL (Grey-Green, Birch and Orange Coaches) Stamford Hill — Mr Reg V. Brown; NORTH (Grey-Green) Edmonton and Lea Bridge depots — Mr David L. Hustings; EAST (Grey-Green) Mile End depot — Mr John C. Harris; ANGLIA (Grey-Green) Stamford Hill, Walton. Ipswich, Felixstowe and Great Yarmouth — Mr Colin R. J. Druce; SOUTH (Orange Coaches) Brixton — Mr Eric Mouser.

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