Nine applications and decisions that caught our eye this week, including an authorisation increase for DHL Supply Chain and an application for increased authorisation from Emms & Sons.
Yorkshire-based Meadley International (Transport) has applied for a new operating centre at Melton Park Southwest, Melton, East Yorkshire, with authorisation for 10 vehicles and 10 trailers. The firm holds a standard international licence.
Emms & Sons, based in Doncaster, has applied to increase authorisation at its Edlington Lane operating centre to 60 vehicles and 35 trailers. The firm holds a standard international licence.
Forrest Logistics has been given permission to open a new operating centre at the Davian Business Centre, Kiln Lane, Stallingborough, with authorisation for 10 vehicles and 10 trailers. It has removed from its licence its former operating centre at Spear Services, Littlefair Road, Hull.
Grays Recycling Services, based at Fochabers, Moray, has permission to increase authorisation at its operating centre at Nether Dallachy Airfield, Spey Bay, Fochabers, to 10 vehicles and six trailers.
DHL Supply Chain has applied to increase authorisations at its operating centre at Alpha 1, Hams Hall National Distribution Park in Birmingham to 40 vehicles and 20 trailers.
Tamworth-based Wallie Haulage has been granted a standard national licence for one vehicle and one trailer to operate from Allen End Garage, London Road, Middleton, Tamworth.
FGF has been authorised to use a new operating centre at Erdington Industrial Park, Chester Rd, Birmingham, with authorisation for 15 vehicles and three trailers.
Warehouse One Distribution has applied for a standard national licence for three vehicles and four trailers to operate from a centre at 1 Ascot Rd, Bedfont.
Darfields, of Wigan, has applied to upgrade its licence from restricted to standard national.