Brian Yeardley buys another Scania low ride truck
Brian Yeardley has treated itself to another low ride tractor unit, this time a Scania 730.
The company’s first bought a low ride Scania - an R-series - in November 2015 to celebrate 40 years in business.
Since then that truck has travelled on music tours and corporate events across Europe, Scandinavia and Russia.
The new S730 is now in service and will be supporting Paul Weller’s UK tour, which starts in October.
10 O-licence applications and decisions that grabbed our attention this week - 28 August 2018
PL Logistical Solutions wants to base 10 vehicles and four trailers at an operating centre in London Road, West Thurrock.
AJ Haulage Fleet is looking to base six vehicles and six trailers at the ET Morris and Sons site in Langrick Road, New York, Lincoln.
Mentmore Investments has applied for authorisation for 12 vehicles and 20 trailers at a site at Haresfoot Park, Berkhamsted.
Fowler Welch wants authorisation for 12 vehicles and 24 trailers at the Johnston Logistics UK site in Harling Road, Snetterton.
F Sherwood & Sons (Shepshed) plans to locate three vehicles and three trailers at the FCC Waste Transfer Station, The Carrops, Red Lodge, Bury St Edmunds.
Keep It Real Promotions can base two vehicles and two trailers at the Furnell Transport site, Enterprise House, Hemel Hempstead Industrial Estate.
South East Directional Drilling Services has been granted authorisation for two vehicles at an operating centre in High Road, Fobbing, Stanford-Le-Hope.
Barons Autostar has been given the go-ahead to locate two vehicles and one trailer at a yard in Paddock Street, Norwich.
Demcom can base one vehicle at an operating centre in Willow Farm, Prickwillow Road, Ely.
Brinkfrees can base five vehicles at a unit on the Sweet Briar Industrial Estate, Norwich.