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Old 16-08-2016, 05:52 PM
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Default Re: Baldwins Operators License.

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Originally Posted by Traxcavator. View Post
Did you see this Graham.H ?
xecutive chairman Richard Baldwin was clear that the licences being withdrawn would not mean the end of the business. He told Cranes Today, “We, through our solicitors plan to appeal the decision. They are dealing directly with the traffic commissioner.
“The operators goods licences are for heavy trucks and support trailers. This decision applies only to the haulage fleet and the trailers. This does not apply to the cranes.
“Baldwins will continue to hire all its cranes, including the heavy cranes. We’ve had numerous calls from heavy haul transport companies looking to work with us. Through our solicitors, we’re applying for a new licence on a new company, called Baldwins Support Services Ltd, with a new transport director in charge.
“We’re open for business, and the hiring of all our cranes will continue.”
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