Two of the owners of Thornley-based S M Skips have been banned from operating vehicles after failing to declare serious convictions to the industry regulator.
A transport manager has been disqualified from the industry for two years by the East of England Traffic Commissioner, Richard Turfitt.
A driver has been refused permission to obtain his first provisional LGV licence until June 21, 2016, after he was disqualified for drink-driving.
Scotland’s Traffic Commissioner restricts Glasgow based fruit and veg wholesaler company’s vehicle licence for four months.
A Bonnybridge demolition firm’s operating licence has been curtailed by Scotland’s Traffic Commissioner because convictions were not reported to her office.
The directors and transport managers of two Bilston haulage firms have been disqualified indefinitely from the industry by the Traffic Commissioner.
A transport manager who allowed a disqualified operator to continue running his vehicles has been banned from the industry indefinitely by the Traffic Commissioner.
A Blaydon-on-Tyne scaffolding firm which tried to wipe away a £260,000 debt has been refused an operator’s licence.
The London and South East of England Traffic Commissioner has said that parts of the haulage industry need a culture change when it comes to downloading digital tachograph records.
A farming business in Leominster has seen its operating licence temporarily suspended, and a former transport manager, along with a driver, disqualified.
A Walsall HGV driver has been disqualified from driving professionally for a year after he tried to hide his abuse of safety rules.
Traffic commissioners deal with O-licence application issues by overhauling system
A Gravesend scaffolding firm has been refused an application to run commercial vehicles after a series of failings.
The owner of an skip firm in Central Scotland has been disqualified from the industry for three years by the Traffic Commissioner.
A West Midlands HGV driver has been disqualified for over a year after poor driving record keeping and failIng to observe breaks.
The senior Traffic Commissioner for Great Britain, Beverley Bell, has today published a revised set of statutory documents.
Darrells Transport Services and a transport manager for MJD Services have been labelled “extremely foolish” for giving cover to an illegal operation.
A transport manager’s “lack of regard for the law” contributed to the deaths of two cyclists, a traffic commissioner has ruled.
The owner of Alsager Contractors has been disqualified from running trucks for 12 months after an investigation revealed poor safety standards.
Frys Logistics has been fined for tachograph offences discovered after one of its lorry drivers caused the death of two cyclists.