Transport 50 deadline extended

06 July 2020

T50 Index image

Enter the ICST Transport 50 now to see if your company makes it into this year’s list of the top specialized transport equipment-owning companies in the world

Every year we conduct an in-depth survey ranking the world’s largest specialized transport companies based on the total maximum carrying capacity of their specialized transport equipment fleet.

The listing is well-established and one-of-a-kind. A place in the ranking is a prestigious achievement marked by comprehensive coverage in KHL Group magazines, appearances in market reports and more.

If your company owns specialized transport equipment used to move oversize and-or, overweight loads, for example, self propelled modular transporter (SPMT), modular trailers, dollies etc, then you may be eligible for a place in the top 50 list. Download your entry form from the link below, complete it, and e-mail it back to: alex.dahm@khl.com before the extended deadline of 15 July 2020.

It is also helpful for us to have a fleet list of all the transport equipment in your fleet, listed by type, make, model and capacity, so please feel free to include one with your completed entry form.

If you have any questions or wish to return the form by fax or post, please call Alex Dahm on +44 1892 786206.

 

Supporting documents

Click links below to download and view individual files.

 
ICT50-Entry-Form-2020 (3) Size: 0.8 MB Click to download
Latest News
ESTA warns members over ‘unclear’ ERRU rules
Be aware of the controversial new Europe-wide sanctions register for transport violations that came into effect on April 1 this year, European association ESTA warns
SMW’s Sarina Crane deal called off
Volatile conditions in the mining and infrastructure markets given as reason for abandoning engineering company SMW Group’s proposed acquisition of Sarina Crane Hire
Allelys delivers two old boats
UK heavy haulage specialist transported two historic boats from the country’s Royal Navy Fleet Air Arm Museum in Yeovilton to the Explosion Museum of Naval Firepower