Four Hungarians are just the start

Semple, Jack
September 2004
Motor Transport;9/2/2004, p6
Trade Publication
Reports on the recruitment of truck drivers from Europe by employment agency EHRS in Great Britain. Basis of the selection of truck driver candidates; Advantages of drivers from Europe.


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