XPO Transport Solutions has asked to increase authorisation at its operating centre on Kingsnorth industrial estate, Hoo, Rochester, to 20 vehicles and 20 trailers.
Southampton-based Red line Logistics has applied for a standard national licence with authorization for 15 vehicles and 15 trailers to operate from Eling Wharf, Totton, Southampton.
Pellows Waste Disposal has asked to increase authorisation at its existing operating centre at Carnon Valley Garage, Truro to 18 vehicles and 5 trailers.
Highway Delivery Services has been granted a standard national licence to operate eight vehicles and six trailers from an operating centre at the Cox & Wyman building in Cardiff Roadd, Reading.
Kingswood Pallets has applied to increase authorisation to eight vehicles and nine trailers at its operating centre at Frederick R Miller, Forsyths Home Farm, Godalming, Surrey. It holds a standard international licence.
GPHIT Integrated Services of Barry, Wales, has applied for a standard national licence to operate 10 vehicles from no 2 Dock, Atlantic Way, Barry.
Gateway to Wales, based in Swansea, has applied for increase authorization at its operating centre on Beaufort Road, Plasmarl industrial estate, Swansea to 12 vehicles and seven trailers. Its named director is Jamie Downing.
Terdor Transport has been granted a standard international licence for one vehicle and one trailer to operate from Broad Quay Road, Felnex industrial estate, Newport.
Robert Charles Talbot and Sophie Henrietta Talbot have applied for a standard national licence for 15 vehicles and a single trailer to operate from Summerway Landfill, Hillary Road, Stourport-on-Severn.
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