Eight applications and decisions that caught our eye this week

Chris Tindall
March 27, 2019

Licences granted for James M Stuart Haulage, GIT Haulage and Beaches Logistics (Oxford) caught our attention this week.

  • Carrutherstown, Dumfries-based James M Stuart Haulage has been granted a licence for one lorry and one trailer but must provide evidence to the central licensing office of the necessary financial standing covering June, July and August by 30 September.
  • Haddington Hire Centre has been granted a licence for two lorries out of an operating centre in Haddington, East Lothian.
  • Wincanton Group has applied to increase its licence authorisation at its operating centre on the Oldends industrial estate in Stonehouse, Gloucestershire,to 20 HGVs and 35 trailers.
  • Healey Haulage in Weston-super-Mare wants to increase the number of vehicles it operates at its base in Banwell to three HGVs and three trailers.
  • GIT Haulage in Totton has been authorised to run five lorries and five trailers out of an operating centre in Burnetts Lane, West End, with ﷯a number of conditions attached to its licence.
  • A licence for 14 HGVs and eight trailers has been granted to Beaches Logistics (Oxford) operating out of a base in Oxford.
  • Gary Sansom & Partners has been granted a licence to run three lorries out of an operating centre in Dainton, Newton Abbot.
  • Priority Transport in Exeter has been granted a licence for a new operating centre on the Hill Barton Business Park, running 15 lorries and 15 trailers

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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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