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Carryfast a new name in transport

2nd October 1970, Page 22
2nd October 1970
Page 22
Page 22, 2nd October 1970 — Carryfast a new name in transport
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• The major activity of the Miles Druce Group in the transport and distribution field from November 2 comes under a new trading title, Carryfast Ltd. Carryfast will specialize in collection and express delivery services, and it embraces the current A. Packham and Co Ltd, and part of H. B. Everton Roadways Ltd.

Mr Brian Hayward, general manager of the Miles Druce Group transport and distribution division, said at the division's hq in Bristol: "The key word in the new company name is lase—and we aim to provide a 24to 48-hour service in the majority of delivery areas."

Carryfast will concentrate on collection, and express delivery of consignments between 56Ib and 1 ton. A wide variety of manufacturers' goods, including foodstuffs, chemicals, paper, clothing, and toys are stored and then delivered—as required by manufacturers—to shops, offices, industrial premises and hospitals, The Carryfast fleet will number almost 100 vehicles, mainly between 5 and 7 tons.


People: Brian Hayward
Locations: Bristol

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