Gentleman of the Highway - Frans Rynart
“Driving a truck is a pretty rugged job. Responsibility, safety and courtesy are substantial. So always be gentlemen of the Highway.”
I have been actively involved in the transportation business for 43 years, 25 of which were in a managerial position. After such a long time, memories frequently come to mind about how it all began for me, and what our company has come to be.
I was born at the very end of 1938. The final stages of WW II, the liberation, and the reconstruction period are all still fresh in my mind. I intend to describe my adventures in the transportation business over a course of time.
This time frame runs, as the title already stated, from the time that GMC and Fordson automobiles driven by generators fuelled by burning wood to the Multi Valve Turbo Intercoolers, which Volvo, amongst others, nowadays supplies to the company Rynart Transport (1998), where I waved the scepter for such a long time.
As a fan of antiques and old cars, I think that a reflection such as this should be interesting enough to put down on paper.
I hope that the people who read this will find some enjoyment in it.
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