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Good record earns grant

2nd October 1970, Page 32
2nd October 1970
Page 32
Page 32, 2nd October 1970 — Good record earns grant
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Which of the following most accurately describes the problem?

• J. B. Cramond and Co Ltd, tarmacadam contractor of Edinburgh, was granted at Edinburgh on Monday an 0 licence for seven vehicles, including two to be acquired.

Mr Robert McKay, managing director, said that the firm had been in business for many years as a road surfacing contractor with a fleet of five vehicles authorized on C licence for some 22 years. It had had little if any trouble in that period with only one delayed GV9. Work was entirely local and vehicles did on average only 300 miles per week. There was no problem of overloading as vehicles were always weighed when leaving the sources of supply. The company had overhauled its maintenance method and would operate on the Shell system.


People: Robert McKay
Locations: Edinburgh

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