Call our Sales Team on 0208 912 2120

30th November 1945
30th November 1945
Page 1
Page 1, 30th November 1945

Page 21

American Progress in Road Transport

T HE manufacturing side of our industry cannot afford to ignore what the commercial vehicle makers in other countries are...

Page 22

Powerful Resistance to Nationalization

T HE nationalization proposals concerning road haulage, put forward by Mr. Herbert Morrison. are arousing strong indignation...

Page 23

Passing Comments

Haulers Do Not r'ONSIDER1NG the present Want to Carry the ‘-'shortage of all means for Earth . . . . . transport, it is...

One Hears—

Of busy times ahead for wreckers or breakersgm of worn-out C Vs That there will be thousands of decrepit military motors to...

Page 24

News of the Week

COMMERCIAL MOTOR SHOW IMPROBABLE A DECISION has been taken by the tiL .S.M.M.T. that the circumstances in the commercial road...

Page 25

Personal Pars

COUNCILLOR J. A. Swim has been elected chairman of the transport committee of Sunderland Corporation. ALIN RICHARD BROADLEY...

Page 27

Syntheticand Natural-rubber Tyres Discussed DOINTS concerning the use of syn

thetic tyres on goods vehicles and buses were mentioned during a discussion, with films, on tyre topics, at the November...

Page 29

First British Amphibian War Machine

A T the time that we dealt with the war-production effort of John I. Thornycroft and Co., Ltd., Basingstoke, we were obliged,...

Page 30


Labour M.P. Steals Thunder al Ca:. Conservative M.P. Advised "Let ti Interesting Points From the Many Meeting: Know" :...

Page 35

Growth of a Famous Transport Concern

P rO-DAY the directors of I. W. Holdsworth, Ltd., are holding a 75th anniversary ball and celebration. at the Victoria Hotel,...

Page 36

R.H.A. Proposals for a

National Rates Schedule Interim Report of Rates and Charges Committee Reviewed; An Excellent Piece of Work : Sound in...

Page 38


A FATEFUL DECISION AND ITS IMPLICATIONS A LL licensed hauliers must be deeply grateful to you for your criticism of the...

Page 39

Aircraft Practice in New American Coach

O NE of tbe latest passenger vehicles produced by the General American Transport Corporation is a 36-seater coach, the...

Page 40

Don't Let It Boil! By W. Roper Lindsay, M.S.A.E., M.1.R.T.E.

How to Combat the Effects of Scale and Corrosion in the Cooling System, With a Few Words of Warning Regarding Anti-freeze...

Page 41

New York's Mobile Emergency Service

WITH the latest type of streamlined W mobile equipment, the Emergency Service Division of the New York City Police Department,...

Page 42

An Oil Seal for Running Shafts

A SEALING device for axles and the like is shown in patent No. 571,789, by J. Hillman, Castle Works, Trindle Road, Dudley. The...