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Kerry Spencer to move to Yorkshire

20th April 1985, Page 15
20th April 1985
Page 15
Page 15, 20th April 1985 — Kerry Spencer to move to Yorkshire
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CHANGES at the Road Haulage Association's head office this year include the transfer of a senior officer to a regional office.

Kerry Spencer, the executive officer who acts as secretary of the national tipping service, is leaving the London head office after 15 years to become an as sistant manager of the RHA's North-Eastern district.

Mr Spencer, who will report to district manager Bill Farnorth, will operate initially from the district office at Yeadon, near Leeds, but will transfer to Darlington in August when a new office opens there.

He retains his responsibilities with the tipping service, including sharing Mr Farnorth's responsibility for the organisation of the annual Tipcon conference and exhibition in Harrogate.

Former RHA Road Way magazine commercial manager Phil Bond becomes secretary of the RHA's highways and traffic committee, the Young Executive Section, agricultural group, temperature controlled transport group, and express parcels, warehousing and distribution group on July 1.

He succeeds Ken Howe, who is retiring then. Commercial management of Road Way now rests with Steve Gray, its managing editor.

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