Deadline extended to enter Transport 50 listing

By Laura Hatton05 June 2014

The deadline has been extended to submit information for International Cranes and Specialized Transport magazine's 2014 Transport 50 ranking.

This increasingly comprehensive listing of the worlds largest specialized transport companies ranks entries by the total maximum carrying capacity of the specialized transport equipment fleet. It complements the IC50 and the IC Tower Index listings of cranes, which appear in the June and September issues of the magazine, respectively.

If your company owns specialized transport equipment such as self propelled modular transporters (SPMT), modular trailers, dollies, etc used to transport oversize and/or overweight loads, then you may be eligible for a place in the listing.

A place in the ranking is a prestigious achievement marked by comprehensive coverage in KHL Group magazines, a certificate, appearances in market reports, etc.

A copy of the Transport 50 form is attached to this email or it can be found here. Please complete the entry form and submit it by e-mail, fax or post us a hard copy.

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

Photos of the equipment at worlk are also useful to help illustrate the article so please feel free to submit high resolution .jpg files and a short explanatory text.

If you have any questions about the forms please contact the editor, Alex Dahm, by telephone on +44 (0)1892 786206 or by e-mail at alex.dahm@khl.com

Please complete and return completed forms before Thursday 31st July 2014.


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