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Quantity Transport of Bread.

21st October 1924
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Page 9, 21st October 1924 — Quantity Transport of Bread.
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IT is important on vehicles which are

used for the distribution of loaves of bread to secure the maximum loading space of the body and at the same time enable any part of the load to be readily reached. The manner in which leads of this description are usually carried is clearly shown in the pictures reproduced on this page of a 30-cwt. -Vulcan bread van, which has recently

been delivered to the Enfield Highway Co-operative Society, Ltd., by the London branch of the Cc-operative Wholesale Society, Ltd. It will be observed from the picture of the rear of the vehicle that the body is designed to accommodate the mum number of loaves within the rated carrying capacity of the chassis, and is fitted with seven loose trays on each side of a central partition. The Enfield Highway Co-operative Society, Ltd., whose activities cover a large area, now possess upwards of a dozen motor vehicles of various types, and in the course of a short time they will take delivery of a travelling butcher's shop which the Co-operative Wholesale Society are now building.

Other recent deliveries by the London branch of the Co-operative Wholesale Society include a 30-cwt. Vulcan for the Wiltshire Agricultural Society, a 1-tonner of the same make for the Rochester Society-, a 10-cwt, Overland 'van for the Hastings Society, a 1-ton Morris chassis for the Gravesend Society, a 1-tonner of the same make with a lorry body for the Ringwood Society, and a 1-ton Morris van for the Bedford Society

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