Sunday, June 12, 2011


George Anderson started working life in a cattle market before he and his brother John started a livestock haulage company with a tractor and trailer. They purchased their first lorry, a Ford D Series with a wooden cattle box in 1975.
J & G Anderson continued until 1985 when John left the company. In 1999 George expanded and bought out George D Walker; with son David working at the business they moved into the hay and straw transport trade. The George Anderson & Son fleet consists of a Scania R620 lorry and Montracon tri axle trailer and a Scania R620 tractor unit with a Houghton Parkhouse The Professional livestock transporter. Hauliers of Renown is the flagship of Corgis road transport range of die-cast models - amazingly detailed, each model is a tabletop replica of a truck from the UKs most famous haulage fleets. Every model, is recreated in superb 1:50 scale and includes a numbered, Limited Edition Tachograph Certificate and customised presentation packaging. The range includes both modern and classic cabs and trailers from some of the best known British hauliers. Shop here

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