A fabulous new photograph from ‘Final Finish’ – are you able to help with a possible date and any names?
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Some of the problems involved in car assembly, particularly when transferring parts from the contractors to the assembly plant, which could be anything from 20 to 120 miles away, were the subject of comment by Mr. F. J. D. Shaw, materials handling engineer, the Standard Motor Co., Ltd., who dealt with “Handling in Motor Manufacture.”
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Whilst researching Arthur Hutt, I came across your article on the Standard Triumph website and thought you might like to know the following.
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Mr Donald Stokes, 49, managing director and deputy chairman of Leyland Motor Corporation, has been appointed chairman of Standard-Triumph International in succession to Sir Henry Spurrier, it is announced today. Sir Henry recently retired from an active part in the corporation’s affairs and became its first president.
Mr Stanley Markland, managing director of Standard-Triumph International, retires at the end of this month, and Sir William Black, chairman of Leyland, said: “As Mr. Stokes is assuming full executive control of Standard-Triumph, it is not proposed to appoint a managing director. The present director and general manager, Mr George Turnbull, however, will assume broader responsibilities under Mr Stokes.”
Mr Turnbull is 37 and the young management team of Standard-Triumph also includes Mr Harry Webster, 46, engineering director, and Mr J. Carpenter, 38, general sales manager.
19 December 1963
Sixty year old Mr Stanley Markland , who replaced Mr Alick Dick as managing director after the Leyland Group took over the Standard Triumph motor company two years ago, is to retire.
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