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SITA Rey Loader

SITA Rey Loader in Identité judiciaire, Movie, 1951 IMDB

Class: Trucks, Simple truck — Model origin: FR

SITA Rey Loader

Position 01:25:44 [*] Background vehicle

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DidierF FR

2014-10-04 20:17

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Qu'est ceci ? Je ne trouve qu'une Société Industrielle des Transports Automobiles fondée en 1919 pour SITA. Quant à "Rey" et pis encore, "loader"…

Gag Halfrunt UK

2014-10-04 20:37

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It was the first modern refuse truck with an enclosed tipper body:
Quote In the 1920s, Paris, France was home to one of the largest fleets of motor refuse trucks in the world, operated by a contract collector known as SITA, which is an acronym for Société Industrielle de Transports Automobiles. One of four companies serving the city, SITA operated a fleet of of several hundred Schneider 7-ton cab-over-engine trucks with hydraulic-dumped enclosed steel bodies. Many had been in use since 1922, and had proven satisfactory in their duties and were in top condition, thanks to a rigorous maintenance program.

Under pressure from the Paris city government to modernize collection methods, SITA was faced with the dilemma of replacing their perfectly serviceable fleet of vehicles at great expense, while meeting their contract obligations. Fortunately, their Chief Engineer, Monsieur Fernand Rey arrived at a solution to the problem, which was to "re-power" a great many of the Schneider trucks with an enclosed steel body of his own design, which featured a novel, hydraulic-powered packer blade. Rey may not have realized it at the time, but he invented the modern refuse packer, and forever altered the course of refuse body design.

http://www.classicrefusetrucks.com/albums/RE/RE01.html

DidierF FR

2014-10-08 01:32

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Merci beaucoup, Gag !

DidierF FR

2015-03-25 05:15

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Pourquoi ne pas l'appeler plutôt 1922 Schneider SITA ?

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