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Dip steps up reefer checks

17th August 1985, Page 12
17th August 1985
Page 12
Page 12, 17th August 1985 — Dip steps up reefer checks
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Which of the following most accurately describes the problem?

THE DEPARTMENT Transport has noted feats illegally wide refrigerated tics are being brought Britain from the Bene countries, and that I practice is likely to bee' more common.

Traffic Areas have asked to assess the size of problem at present, an make periodic checks. T are difficult to carry out, cannot be done without assistance of police or c police, hut occasional ch are expected to be made u tape measures.

Enforcement authori were largely unaware of claim that overwide refi rated lorries have been c ing into Britain until drew attention to the prol (CM, July 27).

The problem origin from the decision by the therlands and Belgium u terally to increase maximum width of trl from 2.5ni to 2,6m. extra 100cm is of great be to reefer operators .bet they can carry an addit three metric pallets wit compromising the trai ability to retain high in tion qualities.


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