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Express parcels group

18th December 1970
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• The express parcels carriers in South Wales, Devon and Cornwall and the West of England who are members of the Road Haulage Association have formed themselves into a functional group under the chairmanship of Mr H. Russett of Premier Transport, Bristol. The group is to produce a directory of all the area members; it will contain the usual detailed business information but in addition it will show route schedules, loading facilities and whether overnight parking, fuel repairs and other services are available.

It is intended that there should be a greater degree of interworking between the group members, which include the largest parcels carriers in the area: Atlas Express, BRS Parcels, NCL, Carryfast, Pioneer Transport, T. J. E. Price of Cardiff, and Premier Transport.

The committee secretary is Mr J. Cox, western area RHA, and the members are Mr D. 0. Good,. RHA Devon and Cornwall; Mr J. Murden, western area; Mr J. Haley, South Wales area; Mr C. Peat. BRS Parcels Ltd, and Mr J. Brock, NCL. The group hopes to tackle the problem of city centre deliveries out of hours as one of its first projects. Members working in the Newquay and St Ives area of Cornwall will give the group the benefit of their experience of out-of-hours deliveries. In these towns deliveries are barred after 10 am.


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