Oswestry-based CIT European has had its O-licence revoked following an investigation that found Craig Isaac had used the company to circumvent a five-year disqualification.
Associated British Ports, DFDS Seaways and ICTS (UK) have been fined a total of more than £1.4m after a security guard was fatally injured when he was struck by an articulated truck.
A contracting firm has been fined £45,000 after a driver died following an accident when his tipper wagon overturned.
Attempts to sell Gulliver’s Truck Hire as a going concern have floundered placing the business’s future in doubt, with staff at the firm facing redundancy.
Commercial Motor picks out some of the latest O-licence applications and decisions issued.
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