Applications and decisions from Scotland that caught our eye

Chris Tindall
April 10, 2019

New applications granted and authorised for Dan plant Dundee, WM Pringle & Son and Yusen Logistics stood out in this week's applications and decisions from the Office of the Traffic Commissioner.

  • Dan Plant Dundee has been granted a licence to run two lorries, but it must provide financial standing evidence to the traffic commissioner (TC) for June, July and August by 30 September.
  • S McCallum has been granted authorisation to run one lorry from an operating centre in Dumbarton, but the transport manager has been issued with an undertaking to complete a transport manager CPC refresher course by 31 July.
  • The TC has authorised Robert Ritchie & Partners to operate one lorry and one trailer from a base in Bishopton, Renfrewshire.
  • WM Pringle & Son has successfully applied to vary its licence and can now run 70 HGVs and 85 trailers out of its operating centre in Carluke, South Lanarkshire.
  • Trans Grace Logistics can operate three vehicles and three trailers out of its existing base on the Edinburgh coach and truck park.
  • C Carnevale has had a new undertaking attached to its licence upgrade from a restricted to a standard national and must nominate a second transport manager by 30 September.
  • Thomas A Barr has increased its authorisation at its Stewarton, Kilmarnock centre and can now run 15 HGVs and eight trailers.
  • Yusen Logistics is trading out of a new operating centre in Coatbridge and has been authorised to run eight lorries.

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Chris Tindall

Chris Tindall started writing for the haulage and logistics industry in 2002 and has covered a broad range of significant issues, including GPS jamming by criminals, platooning and Brexit.

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