TITLE

Haulier keeps repute after improvements

AUTHOR(S)
Wight, Ashleigh
PUB. DATE
October 2017
SOURCE
Commercial Motor;10/19/2017, Vol. 228 Issue 5761, p26
SOURCE TYPE
Trade Publication
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article offers information on a lawsuit filed against the timber and animal waste product haulier, Annandale Transport Co after a series of failings identified by Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency of Great Britain. It mentions that its driver Mark Sinclair has been penalized for removing card. Also notes that a vehicle had also been driven while not specified on its O-license and without road tax. And presents views of transport manager, John Hyslop concerning the issue.
ACCESSION #
126235553

 

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