Eight O-licence applications and decisions that caught our eye this week
Commercial Motor reveals at some of the applications and decisions that caught our attention this week.
Movianto UK has had its authorisation at its Progress Park, Elstow, Bedford site increased to 35 vehicles and 30 trailers.
Foulger Transport has increased its authorisation to 84 vehicles and 84 trailers in The Circuit, Norwich. It has also removed its sites in Harling Road, Snetterton; Lancaster Way Business Park, Ely; and Norwich Road, Lenwade, Norwich from its O-licence.
Freightliner has had its fleet increased to 40 vehicles and 65 trailers in Dock Road, Garston, Liverpool.
Hermes Parcelnet wants an increased fleet of 30 vehicles and eight trailers in Horsefair Road, Waterton Industrial Estate, Bridgend. It also wants 30 vehicles and 10 trailers in Waleswood Way, Wales Bar, Sheffield.
Kuehne + Nagel has applied for 30 vehicles and 30 trailers in Ossington Road, Carlton-on-Trent.
Fergusons Transport has had its authorisation increased to 34 vehicles and 96 trailers at its Northumberland Business Park West, Cramlington site.
Eddie Stobart wants two vehicles at Tarmac’s site in Standard Hill, Ninfield, Battle; two vehicles and two trailers in North Sea Terminal, Cliffe, Rochester; five vehicles and five trailers in Whitehall Road, Medway City Estate, Rochester; and four vehicles and four trailers at Brett Aggregates site in Ridham Dock Road, Sittingbourne.
An operating centre in Childerditch Industrial Estate, Little Warley, which was previously on an O-licence held by Canute Haulage Group, has been transferred to Eddie Stobart.