Eight applications and decisions that caught our eye in the last week, including Eddie Stobart and ATW Transport.
Slough-based Freightnet Handling has applied to increase its authorisation at its operating centre on the Lakeside Industrial Estate in the town to 10 vehicles and six trailers. The firm’s licence is a standard national and the named director is Adam Bacon.
Guy Martin & Partners has been granted a standard international licence for a total of eight vehicles and eight trailers at two operating centres in Bodmin, Cornwall. Six vehicles and six trailers can be operated from The Chalet, Tresarrett, Blisland, while two vehicles and two trailers can operate from land at Callynough, Helland.
Eddie Stobart has applied to open a new operating centre at Knauf, Ridham Dock, Sittingbourne, with authorisation for 20 vehicles and 25 trailers.
Ferrand Transport has applied for a standard national licence to operate 28 vehicles and 18 trailers from South Ockendon Industrial Estate.
Hodge Specialist Transport has applied for a standard international licence to operate six vehicles and 10 trailers from Craighead Farm, Abington, Biggar.
Scottish operator ATW Transport has asked to increase the number of vehicles it operates from Bandeath Industrial Estate, Throsk, Stirling, to nine vehicles and nine trailers.
Abram Logistics of Sutton-on-Hull has applied to increase its standard national authorisation to five vehicles and five trailers at its operating centre at Spear Service, Littlefair Road, Hull.
Welsh operator Ian Phillips has been granted permission to increase authorisation at its operating centre at Baglan Industrial Estate, Port Talbot, to 30 vehicles and 25 trailers. It has also been allowed to remove from the licence its operating centre at Cefngyfellach Farm, Tirdeunaw, Swansea.