Pembrokeshire haulier Mansel Davies and Son has been hit with a record £380,000 fine with £120,000 costs for forging lorry maintenance records. The company, based in Llanfrynach, received the fine, the heaviest ever secured by the DVSA, at Swansea Crown Court today (Tuesday 11 February) after pleading guilty to 19 offences of forgery and counterfeiting maintenance records from October to December 2017 at an earlier hearing. Jonathan Phillips, 28 of Mynachlog-ddu, who was an administrative assistant at the company, was […]
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