VOSA drops 97 court cases against Spalding lorry firm

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A Spalding lorry firm has its sights set on the future now VOSA (the Vehicle and Operator Services Agency) has withdrawn nearly 100 court cases against it.

Mason Brothers Transport Ltd, of Pinchbeck Road, Spalding, faced 97 counts of aiding, abetting, counselling and procuring drivers to make false entries on tachograph charts – devices that record a driver’s activity – or a driver card.

All 97 cases were withdrawn at a hearing at Lincoln Magistrtes’ Court.

Mason Brothers managing director Richard Mason said: “I am pleased this unfortunate episode is behind us and we can now focus on what we do best, giving our customers the continued reliable service they have become used to with the experience gained in 53 years of continuous operation.

“We are a progressive and growing company and now our 100-plus employees can now be reassured of their future.”