Guided-Bus Ad Misled Public

May 2002
Logistics & Transport Focus;May2002, Vol. 4 Issue 4, p13
Trade Publication
Recently elected to Fellowship of the Institute and qualified to use the post nominals FCIT FILT are David Wetzel, Vice Chairman of Transport for London, John B. Maguire, Director of National Accounts and Projects in Lansing Linde Limited, Duncan Gray, the General Manager of Freight Europe Limited, Michael Rogers, the Head of Storage and Distribution of Medical Supplies Agency, Paul J. Barlow, the Managing Director of Glasgow Airport Limited and John Campbell Barnett, General Manager of Infrastructure, Tranlink.


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