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Graeme Varley is traffic manager of South Wales Transport. He was prevlously assistant traffic manager with the company. He takes over from Stuart Senior, who last month left SWT to become general manager of East Yorkshire Motor Services, Three Greater Manchester Transport posts have been filled from within the organisation. Leigh traffic superintendent Hugh Riley, who joined Manch-' ester City Transport in 1967, is now GMT's traffic operations manager. Divisional services manager Cliff Winstanley, an employee of 16 years standing, is now traffic planning manager, while the new Central South divisional services manager is Keith Ludeman, who has been senior planning officer since 1977.
Also in the bus industry, former one-man bus driver J. C. Lundie is Burnley and Pendle Joint Transport Committee', traffic clerk. He has been a B and P inspector since June 1977.
Tudor Thomas has walked straight out of Cranfield Institute of Technology to become revenue development officer with National Welsh, the National Bus company for south-east Wales. He has already had holiday experience as a student management trainee with NW predecessor Western Welsh in the summers of 1974 and 1975.
At Renault Trucks and Buses, 1979 new Model launches will be supported by an enhanced sales force. Nick Buckley has gone from Leyland Vehicles to become AT and B marketing manager, and John Ansell has been promoted within the company to become national sales manager.
Dunlop engineering product sales manager Brian Shepherd has become a senior member of the sales staff of ERF distributor W. J. Boyes and Son Ltd. He was previously. on the Marketing directorship of Leyland Vehicles.