All Collett & Sons articles

  • One of the two big grey box Sellindge transformers on Collett & Sons red Scheuerle SPMT with power pack

    Cruising out of Dover


    Collett & Sons used a 500 tonne girder bridge and SPMT to move a pair of 335 tonne substation transformers

  • Collett and Enerpac JS-250 system

    Collett puts Enerpac jack-up to work


    First use for Collett’s new 1,000 tonne capacity Enerpac JS-250 incremental lifting system

  • Collett & Sons moved nine 185 tonne transformers

    DraxPower uses Collett to move abnormal loads


    Power generation business DraxPower used UK-based specialized transport company Collett Sons for the relocation of nine 185 tonne transformers

  • Collet & Sons transporting a 58.7 metre wind turbine blade in Scotland, UK

    Turbine blade record for Collett


    Collett Sons transported wind turbine components, including blades nearly 60 metres long, for a wind farm expansion project in Scotland, UK

  • The transformers were moved one by one using Collett’s 550 tonne capacity Girder Bridge

    Transformer transport for Collett


    Specialized transport service provider Collett Sons used its 550 tonne Scheuerle girder bridge to help deliver two 200 tonne transformers to an onshore substation on the River Mersey, North West UK

  • UK Transport company Collett & Sons has announced it is providing JAUPT approved FORS Safe Urban

    Safe urban driving with Collett & Sons


    UK Transport company Collett Sons is now offering Joint Approvals Unit for Periodic Training (JAUPT) approved FORS Safe Urban Driving Courses

  • From left to right: Robert Farrell (Atlas Cranes, area sales manager); David Collett (Collett &

    Collett takes Effer on board


    Specialized transport service provider Collett Sons in the UK has taken delivery of a 205 tonne-metre Effer 2055 crane articulating crane

  • Collett & Sons transported a turbine for the Muirhall2 Wind farm. It is the first project to com

    Testing transports


    As wind turbine components keep getting bigger the challenge for transport companies and equipment manufacturers to overcome these difficulties gets ever more complicated. Laura Hatton reports