M-tranz (UK & Ireland)
M-tranz (UK & Ireland) provides permits, pilot car, route survey and traffic management services for the UK, Ireland and Europe.
M-tranz (UK & Ireland) is fastly becoming the name to trust when it comes to the organisation and safe movement of Abnormal Loads in the UK and Ireland.
The company based in Tempo, Co. Fermanagh, Northern Ireland has currently got Pilot cars operating out of all major ports in the UK and Ireland.
All the equipment used is some of the best available on today’s market and all vehicles are fully kitted out to meet all UK and Irish Abnormal load movement regulations.
M-tranz (UK & Ireland) is independent of any haulage provider.
Our aim is to maintain and promote traffic and public safety, whilst providing hauliers with practical assistance with their abnormal and oversized load movements.
Through our list of contacts throughout Europe and the World it is possible for us to get you the answers to any abnormal load questions you may have.
So if you have any wide, long, high or heavy loads, which you need, moved within Ireland the UK or Europe! Give us a call today……
Our services include:
o Permit Notifications for Northern Ireland.
o Permit Notification for all individual Counties in the Republic of Ireland.
o Permit Notifications in the UK, Covering England, Scotland, Wales and all UK Islands.
o Permit Applications and Approvals for all European Countries.
o Abnormal Load Escorts can be arranged anywhere in the UK, Ireland or Europe
o Fully Compliant Escort Vehicles available 24/7 in Ireland.
o Full Abnormal load Organisation within the UK, Ireland and Europe.
Contact Details:M-tranz (UK & Ireland) Tattykeeran
Northern Ireland BT94 3FW Tel: +44 (0) 774 66 33 103
Fax: +44 (0) 28 895 41340 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web: www.m-tranz.co.uk
Tattykeeran Tempo County Fermanagh Northern Ireland BT94 3FW
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