By GEOFFREY CHARLES, Motoring Correspondent A high-level reshuffle of BMC directors’ areas of responsibility was announced yesterday as part of a streamlining process before completion of the BMH-Leyland merger. The […]
CLIFFORD WEBB, Midland Industrial Correspondent British Motor Holdings has begun a full-scale reorganization of its biggest production unit, the Longbridge group of factories employing 23,500 men and women on making […]
On this day: The agreement that resulted in the formation of the British Leyland Motor Corporation was ratified on this day. The first BLMC board meeting occurred today.
On this day: Sir George Harriman’s friend and former Leyland chairman Lord Black arranges another meeting. It took place on this Sunday morning at Jack Plane’s flat in Arlington House. […]
On this day: Sir Donald Stokes leave Sir Siegmund Warburg’s flat at 2.45am. Later this day at the Leyland headquarters at Berkley Square, London, Stokes he reports the events of […]
Sir George Harriman, chairman of British Leyland Motor Corporation, talks to Geoffrey Charles, Motoring Correspondent, about the company’s plans Sir George Harriman pointed from the window of his Longbridge office. […]
DAILY MIRROR A pay strike by maintenance electricians led to 4200 cars workers being laid off at BMC’s Longbridge factory in Birmingham yesterday. This was the third time in sixteen […]
THE GUARDIAN Sir George Harriman and Sir Donald Stokes, joint chiefs of the new British Leyland Motor Corporation, are united in their belief that they can capture a significantly larger […]