Hubble bubble, toil and trouble

May 2004
Motor Transport;5/13/2004, p22
Trade Publication
Presents an article on delivery delays in Great Britain. Usual causes of delivery delays; Details of an accident in delivering a bagged fertilizer; Experience on dealing with an indifferent warehouse manager.


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