Nine applications and decisions that stand out this week

Chris Tindall
February 13, 2019

Increased authorisations for Suez Recycling and Recovery, Trilogy Freight and Secured Express in the north-west of England are among the highlights of the latest applications and decisions this week.

  • Dyce Carriers has been authorised to operate 10 HGVs and 20 trailers at a new operating centre at Grangemouth Docks, Grangemouth.
  • Wolseley UK in Warwick has been given the go-ahead to increase the number of lorries at its Royston Road, Livingston operating centre to five.
  • Route One Freight in Tamworth has been granted authorisation for five HGVs and five trailers at an operating centre on the Lichfield Road industrial estate in the town.
  • Explore Transport has been given authorisation to base 50 vehicles and 100 trailers at a new operating centre on Whieldon Road in Stoke on Trent.
  • Suez Recycling and Recovery UK can now run eight HGVs and two trailers out of a new operating centre on the Knowsley industrial park in Liverpool.
  • Trilogy Freight in Wythenshawe, Manchester has been granted authorisation to operate eight lorries and four trailers out of a new operating centre at the Speke Freight Terminal in Speke, Liverpool.
  • Secured Express in Warrington has increased its authorised fleet size at its Winwick Quay, Warrington, operating centre to five HGVs and 15 trailers.
  • WCR Haulage can base two HGVs at an operating centre on the Freightmaster Estate in Rainham.
  • Rapid Response Recovery in London, N18 has upgraded its licence from restricted to standard national and has increased the number of lorries authorised out of its base on the Montague Industrial Estate to four, with two 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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