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Why Alan Oldroyd of Besco Bodies recommend Henderson Mobile Doors

7th March 1975, Page 60
7th March 1975
Page 60
Page 60, 7th March 1975 — Why Alan Oldroyd of Besco Bodies recommend Henderson Mobile Doors
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Which of the following most accurately describes the problem?

"Trouble-free is how I'd sum it up."

'If a customer of mine asks me what doors I would recommend for his vehicles I suggest Henderson without hesitation.

A Henderson door will last the life of any truck no problem in fact I don't ever remember having one back for repairing. In the case of a big truck which will be on the road for, say five to seven years, it's not unusual for any other door to need replacing or at least repairing two or three times within that period. With repair costs at the price they are, it's easy to see how a door that seemed a cheaper option can end up costing you more.

Another thing I would point out to any company dealing with food, or similar goods, is the cleanliness of Henderson doors. Ordinary doors have many tiny gaps and, when the vehicle is travelling along at speed, a vacuum effect is created behind it which literally sucks dirt and wet in through the gaps. The Henderson 'Mobile' door solves this problem.

It is altogether a superior design secure, much less vibration, better insulation, nice wide slats for signwriting and the easy, balanced action which allows the door to be opened to any point.

Of course they cost a fair bit more, but in the long run it's got to be worth it. Trouble-free is how I'd sum it up."


People: Alan Oldroyd

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