Retail groups lead the way over drivers' pay

Brown, Andrew
January 2004
Motor Transport;1/29/2004, p10
Trade Publication
Comments on issues related to the transportation industry in Great Britain as of January 2004. Effect of the Working Time Directive on the wages of drivers at AF Blakemore; Problem with grants for gas trucks.


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