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HS2 budgets and schedules

Discussion in 'Coffee Shop' started by Vinterceptor, Aug 2, 2020 at 5:21 PM.

  1. Vinterceptor

    Vinterceptor Been there, and had one Club Sponsor

    The firm I work for received an order for a few pallets of concrete reinforcing accessories, for delivery to various sections of the project.
    We used a delivery company that we often use, who specialise in pallet type deliveries.

    Turns out some of the pallets were delivered OK and others were refused. Upon further investigation the ones which were refused were 'delivered' by an early 2015 registered truck (wont allow trucks on site this old).

    If its legal to be on the road surely they should allow them on site. No wonder the country is in the shit
  2. sr71caspar

    sr71caspar B̶a̶n̶n̶e̶d̶ Club Sponsor

    A few quid on private registration plates would solve that.
  3. Vinterceptor

    Vinterceptor Been there, and had one Club Sponsor

    Maybe it would fool them but I doubt it? apparently vehicles must comply with Euro 6 emissions regs. I suspect there must be hundreds of deliveries turned away over the months and years to help save our planet:D
  4. sr71caspar

    sr71caspar B̶a̶n̶n̶e̶d̶ Club Sponsor

    Perhaps you can charge companies who turn you away a carbon footprint penalty.
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  5. ChildoftheJago

    ChildoftheJago Old Hand Club Sponsor

    September 2015 was when EU6 emissions limits came in for trucks, they’re playing the air quality card. As you say, they’re still legal on the road so should be more than satisfactory.
  6. andyBeaker

    andyBeaker Moderator Staff Member Moderator Club Sponsor

    Presumably the country is 'in the shit' as the concrete reinforcing stuff you tried to deliver wasn't used?

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