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.
I understand that he will leave Standard Triumph at the end of this year or writes Patrick Mennem. Mr Markland, who started as a sixteen-yearold apprentice engineer with Leyland, has had a dynamic effect on the Coventry company since he took over.
When he took over, the company was millions of pounds in debt. Now business is booming .
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