Nine applications and decisions from Scotland for April

Chris Tindall
April 4, 2019

New applications granted for Abnormal Load Engineering, Allen Transport and Bibby Supply Chain Services caught our attention this week.

  • Stafford-based Abnormal Load Engineering has been granted a licence authorising three HGVs to operate out of the MACC Business Park in Machrihanish, Argyll.
  • Chard S has been granted a licence to run a truck from an operating centre in Uddington, Glasgow.
  • Bibby Supply Chain Services has been granted a new licence authorising five vehicles and 25 trailers out of a new operating centre on Fraser Road, Livingston. 
  • Allen Transport in Aberdeen has been granted a licence to operate 12 HGVs and two trailers out of the base in Dyce.
  • Sparrows Offshore Services in Aberdeen has upgraded its restricted operators’ licence to a standard national one, authorising three trucks and a trailer.
  • Ulpha Dairy Transport in Stranraer has been granted a new authorisation and can now operate 10 trucks and 20 trailers.
  • Fishers Services has been granted a variation to its licence at its Inveralmond Industrial Estate operating centre in Perth and can now run 18 HGVs and four trailers.
  • McLeish International Logistics in Largs has successfully applied to upgrade its licence from standard national to standard international.
  • Ord Industrial & Commercial Supplies can now run five vehicles and two trailers out of a new operating centre on the Pond Industrial Estate in Bathgate.

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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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