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Prohibitions led to cut in 0-licence for Chilton

17th January 1987
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• Newbridge Gwent haulier Brian Chilton & Sons (Transport) has had its licence cut to 11 vehicles and 19 Trailers and shortened so that it expires at the end of September instead of in 1988 following an appearance at disciplinary proceedings before South Wales LA Ronald Jackson.

For the company, which held a licence for 12 vehicles and 20 trailers in possession with three vehicles and five trailers to be acquired, Jeffrey Williams said that during both periods in 1986 when its vehicles attracted prohibition notices managing director Brian Chilton had been away on holiday.


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