April 2013 The movement of Personal Effects always needs a very high level of care, attention and the flexibility to collect and deliver at times that will suit the client.
So when a UK based removals company were asked to relocate a customer from the North of England to Antibes in the South of France they knew that by using Flexitrans this is exactly the level of service that they would receive.
The box trailer arrived exactly at the required time in West Yorkshire and was soon loaded and en route to Antibes, where it arrived the night before the agreed delivery date ready to meet the removals team the following morning. The delivery was made exactly on time and before long the client was able to start enjoying their new life in the Cote D’Azur!
October 2012 Our client approached Flexitrans to transport and project manage the movement of a decommissioned shot blasting unit from an RAF Base, located in Cottesmore, Lincolnshire to their premises in Central West London. Continue reading →
There is no doubt that over the last 2-3 years, Flexitrans’ strength in services to Eastern European countries has increased dramatically due to growth and development of these countries since joining the EU. Exports to Poland, Hungary and Romania are threefold what they were. More recently Continue reading →
Belfast City Council made an innovative decision to install highly specialised generators at their landfill site in Dargan Road which effectively converts methane gas into electricity. Generating enough to power 6.000 homes, the system is conserving energy and helping the environment at the same time.
Flexitrans were very proud to be involved in the transport of these generators (originally from the USA) and then delivered to Belfast Northern-Ireland from Germany.
‘We are a kitchen company based on the Cost Blanca and also the sole distributor for Aga/Rangemaster throughout Spain and it’s islands. The most difficult part of the operation, over the last six years, has been the transportation. We have used countless companies with unsatisfactory results, including delays, damage and even a cooker going missing. Continue reading →
May 10, 2012 Just a few days ago Ed Mellamphy, our Ocean Freight Specialist, oversaw the loading and securing of a shipment of heavy machinery to Alexandria, Egypt. Although the machine had served it’s economic life in the UK to the fullest, Continue reading →