Eight applications that caught our eye this week - 2 February
Commercial Motor takes a look at some of the applications and decisions published this week including WS Tanker Logistics and Freemans of Newent.
WS Tanker Logistics has applied for a standard international licence for 40 vehicles and 60 trailers to operate from its site in Markham Lane, Duckmanton, Chesterfield.
Paul Miller Transport has applied to move its operating centre from Whittle Lane, Heywood to Waterside Business Park, Bolton. Authorisation would be for two vehicles and two trailers on a standard international licence.
Freemans of Newent has applied for a standard national licence for three operating centres. The biggest is on Grandstand Rd, Hereford, for 35 vehicles and 50 trailers; the second at the Feed Mill, Tram Inn, Hereford for five vehicles and five trailers; and the third for 10 vehicles and five trailers at Shobdon Court Rd, Shobdon.
BCD Logistics has applied to operate 15 vehicles and 15 trailers c/o Midland Container Logistics, Westgate, Aldridge, Walsall. The application is for a standard national licence and the transport manager is Barry McCullagh.
R K Transport of Walsall has been granted an increase in standard national authorisation at its existing operating centre at AC Steels for 24 vehicles and four trailers.
Cornwall Commercials has been granted a standard national licence for six vehicles and four trailers at Brighton Garage, Grampound Rd, Truro. It has undertaken to provide financial evidence for the next three months to the TCs to demonstrate that it can continue to meet the required level of finance.
Martintrux has applied for a standard international licence for eight vehicles to operated from Gascoigne Rd, Barking. Transport manager is Jonathan Hilliard.
A standard international application for 10 vehicles and 10 trailers to operate from Carew Airfield, Carew, Tenby, has been made by Redstaff of Haverfordwest. Transport manager is Stephen Gary Mott.