Project Bullet – Minutes from the Jaguar and Rover Triumph Advisory Board
Mr M.J.W. (Bill) Sanders outlined the labour problems that could arise, and it was generally agreed that (Triumph TR6) production should continue for a minimum of three months and a maximum of six months providing USA sign off the quantities to be shipped and that labour problems , to be discussed with Mr (Bernard) Jackman, could be resolved.
Production would cease entirely when the TR6 labour at Liverpool is finally absorbed by Bullet production . Clearance is to be given to Mr Fernyhough not later than the end of July . Mr (Alex) Park said that the Shipping Department should be advised of volumes as soon as possible so that space may be reserved .
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