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6th August 1983, Page 5
6th August 1983
Page 5
Page 5, 6th August 1983

King Scraps Lloyd's Testing

NEW TRANSPORT SECRETARY Tom King has ditched the long-standing controversial plans to privatise the heavy goods vehicles testing stations and hand them over to Lloyd's Register......

'we Did It' Says Rogers

THE DECISION to scrap the sale of the stations to Lloyd's was a victory for the Vehicle Operators' Advisory Panel, its chairman, Ken Rogers, claimed last Friday. Former Road......

King Must Decide Tic

This will involve using the consultancy and computer studies undertaken for Lloyds, for which the Government is paying it £500,000 in compensation. Later Mr King revealed that......

Rha Restructure Plan One District And A Vice Chairman's Post

could disappear from tl Road Haulage Association if its latest proposals for reorganisatk are endorsed by members. Former national chairman Noel Wynn's working party reported......

Down-licensing Moves

THE INDUSTRY'S campaign for down-licensing of lorries which run consistently below their gross plated weight was repeated last week when Freight Transport Association president......