Flexitrans Ltd would like to make it clear that we have no association with the company “Pace Cargo Delivery”
We are NOT a courier company.
The company Pace Cargo is directing you to contact us to arrange the delivery, but we are not involved in any courier transportations.
Please be aware.
As members of BIFA and RHA, Flexitrans are always fully up to date on any current restrictions/delays that have been caused and imposed by the various European Countries during the Coronavirus Crisis.
Whilst some services have encountered minimal delays, the Governments are constantly changing policy to allow free flowing transport, as it remains vital to the Economy. Continue reading
Dear Flexitrans customer,
Unfortunately we have recently found that a ‘mr. David Bennet’, has been using our good name and our well-known Flexitrans logo to try and scam people out of their hard earned money.
We know he has been using our name like this: “FlexiTransport”, which we never Continue reading
For the latest update: March 2019
Today we found out that our name and good reputation is being abused by scam artists to extract money from unsuspecting members of the public. The offenders pretend to be a courier service operating under the Flexitrans brand name and have email addresses that look and sound like they would be ours.
The tricksters send emails in which they request payment to release items or papers that people are waiting for. A common factor seems to be “release of keys or documents by courier”. Flexitrans Ltd. do not offer these kinds of services, we only deal with commercial goods for transportation throughout Europe and worldwide.
The emails seem somewhat authentic and will contain lines like these:
So please do not respond to these emails, no good will come from it.
We are doing all we can to identify the perpetrators and will report everything to the proper authorities. We are sorry for any inconvenience caused by these wrongdoings!
If you have any information you think may be of use please send it to our management: email@example.com.
This was a crated gas compressor, that originated from Houston USA which needed to be moved through the port of Southampton to the Dutch (Frisian) port of Harlingen.
The dimensions were 9.55m long x 2.59m wide x 3.59m high. All in all Continue reading
Flexitrans’ reputation for transportation of out of gauge loads is highly reputed, and we have recently acquired a project of movements destined for Rolls Royce in the UK.
Here is an example of a CNC Lathe Machining Centre recently transported @ dimensions 6.5M Long x 3.5M Wide x 3.75M High – 25 tons
Flexitrans not only provided specialist equipment with transport permits to Continue reading
Due to progressive development and an increase in business, Flexitrans has employed another experienced operator to support and develop our European business – Adrian Blaza. To read his full profile please navigate to “About Us, The Team.”
With Adrians’ immediate impact on the European division, young Scott Roystone now has the opportunity to further develop his career by supporting Ed Mellamphy to further develop our Deep Sea Operations where business has increased significantly over the last couple of years.
Our Ocean Freight Manager Ed Mellamphy has been raising awareness about the requirement for shippers to provide verification of the weights of containers they are shipping, which will come into force from 1st July 2016.
Recently the Safety Of Life At Sea (SOLAS) regulations have been amended and from 1st July 2016 the gross mass of all packed containers must be verified. Continue reading
We had great fun at the tracks last week! Flexitrans sponsored the 6:20 race at Huntingdon to celebrate 10 years in business, servicing our esteemed clientele to fulfil all their transportation needs.
And as an unexpected bonus Continue reading