Eight applications and decisions that caught our eye this week, including Menzies Distribution and Sea Force.
Totus Environmental has been granted a standard international licence to run seven vehicles and seven trailers from an operating centre in Lyncastle Way, Warrington.
D&G McKenna Haulage has been allowed an increase in authorisation on its standard national licence for an operating centre in Sandfold Lanes, Levenshulme, Manchester. It can now operate 18 vehicles.
Widnes haulier Graham International has been given a licence for three vehicles and three trailers to operate from B McFarlane Haulage of Johnsons Lane, Widnes. The licence was granted on condition that Graham International provides financial evidence for July, August and September to the traffic commissioner's office by the end of October to demonstrate that it meets financial requirements. Transport manager Dennis Hines must also attend a CPC refresher course run by an accredited body.
Cannock-based ETR Logistics has applied for a standard international licence for 10 vehicles and 15 trailers to operate from Lanxess on Lichfield Road, Branston, Burton-on-Trent.
Sea Force has applied to set up a new operating centre in Oban Road, Longford, Coventry, from where it wishes to operate 21 vehicles and 30 trailers.
Dane Waldron Logistics has been granted a standard international licence to operate four vehicles and two trailers from Gravelly Industrial Park, Birmingham.
White Logistics has been allowed to increase authorisation at its existing operating centre to Abbey View, Pinvin, Pershore, Worcestershire, to 74 vehicles and 50 trailers.
Menzies Distribution has applied to increase authorisation at its operating centre on Annat Industrial Estate, Fort William to six vehicles and two trailers.