Commercialmotor.com looks at some of the major O-licence applications and decisions that were made this week.
DPDGroup UK would like 27 vehicles and five trailers at a new site in Howley Park Way, Morley, Leeds.
Woodland Logistics would like to increase its authorisation at several sites including: six vehicles and 12 trailers at a site on Paper Mill Road, Rawcliffe Bridge, Goole; seven vehicles and 20 trailers at Faverdale Industrial Estate, Darlington; two vehicles and two trailers in Granville Way, Bicester; and 17 vehicles at a site on the Airfield Industrial Estate, Earls Colne, Colchester.
Pall-Ex London has applied for 24 vehicles and 14 trailers at its operating centre in Luckyn Lane, Basildon.
FM Conway wants 20 vehicles and five trailers at a site in West Theale Industrial Estate, Wigmore Lane, Theale, Reading.
WS Transportation has been given the green light for 20 vehicles and 30 trailers at Eddie Stobart’s site in Enterprise Way. Sherburn-in-Elmet, Leeds.
Bibby Supply Chain Services has had its authorisation increased to 45 vehicles and 80 trailers in Tuscany Way, Wakefield Europort, Normanton; and has permission for a new operating centre in Cavalry Hill Industrial Park, Weedon Bec, Weedon, where it can base seven vehicles.
Alan R Jones & Sons has had its authorisation increased to 42 vehicles and 40 trailers at its Nash Mead, Queensway Meadows Industrial Estate, Newport site.
Menzies Distribution can operate 10 vehicles and five trailers from a new site in Longbridge Meadow, Cullompton, Devon. It has removed its Sidmouth Road, Clyst St Mary, Exeter site from its O-licence.
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