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Pilot regional scheme for tipper men

30th July 1971, Page 13
30th July 1971
Page 13
Page 13, 30th July 1971 — Pilot regional scheme for tipper men
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• A regi9nal organization for tipping operators is being run as an experiment by the Road Haulage Association in the East and West Midlands. If the pilot scheme is successful, the intention is to establish another five regional organizations to cover the whole of the country.

Mr K. B. Spencer, the BHA group coordination officer, has been seconded for 12 months to run the scheme. Members who subscribe to it will have the benefit of collated information on rates and conditions of operation; investigation of illegal operation; special meetings concerned with commodity groups such as ballast and quarry haulage, solid fuel and long-distance work, muck shifting, day work; administrative services on all aspects of interworldng between cooperative groups and tipper hauliers; and, if members wish it, negotiations with customers on rates and conditions.


Organisations: Road Haulage Association
People: K. B. Spencer

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