Two legs good

October 2003
Commercial Motor;10/16/2003, Vol. 198 Issue 5050, p68
Trade Publication
Provides information on the market trends affecting the 18-tonne sector in the British transportation industry as of October 2003. Growth in sales of three-axle distribution rigids; Events leading truck operators to re-assess the types of vehicle required in secondary distribution; Result of driver shortage in the industry.


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