Workers at Toyota car factory, Hornby

Workers at Toyota car factory, Hornby

Scenes of the assembly production line at the Toyota New Zealand factory in Hornby. Frames one and two are of Darryl Hawker welding car parts as part of the car assembly process. Frames three and four are of female workers in the factory and frames five and six are of painter Martin Dock spraying cars with new paint.
Appeared with: [Frame 6] 'The driving force in Hornby', The Christchurch Star, Tuesday, 8 September 1981, p.24. Painter Martin Dock takes aim in the spray booth. More than 13 litres of paint is used to give each car five coats.
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