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HMRC closes fuel laundering site

Two men have been arrested and a suspected fuel laundering facility dismantled as part of an HMRC investigation into what is believed to be a multi-million-pound fraud.

Repute intact for Welsh haulier

Traffic Commissioner (TC) for Wales Nick Jones (pictured) has issued Llanfyrnach, Pembrokeshire-based Adrian Poole & Sons International with a formal warning for operating more vehicles than the maximum number authorised on its O-licence.

Loyalty to son costs operator his O-licence

Erith-based operator Joseph Jebb’s standard international O-licence for six vehicles will be revoked on 1 March after police officers caught his son driving one of his trucks without a licence. 

End of life for failing haulier

Blackburn-based Hesketh Transport Services has had its O-licence revoked for multiple failings including the discovery that its transport manager had been working elsewhere.