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Going Going Gone

July 29, 2005

This is what happened at the beginning of this month to over 100 loads of contractors plant belonging to the Hewden Group.

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Cool Runnings

June 24, 2005

Summer is upon us and we have had some lovely hot days; well at least a few anyway! What better time then than to put on the air conditioning.

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Home Delivery

February 20, 2005

Hallett Silbermann drivers had no difficulty locating the delivery point they were given this month – the Hallett Silbermann depot at Travellers Lane, Welham Green, near Hatfield, Hertfordshire!

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Contract hire – Piles of experience

November 29, 2004

Hallett Silbermann were an early pioneer of Contract Hire, supplying dedicated, liveried, and fully managed vehicles, providing bespoke transport solutions to discerning customers.

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Flock of Cranes

July 30, 2004

Not the large, feathered, wading bird variety but rather the heavy-duty, industrial self-loading species!

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Early Christmas Shopping

December 1, 2003

The Birmingham operation of Hallett Silbermann have purchased a brand new Volvo 6 wheel rigid fitted with a front mounted Atlas 190 lorry loader and a revolutionary sliding roof system to fully enclose clients goods when loaded on the body on the vehicle. The vehicle, fleet numbered B584, is available to hire from December 1st 2003.

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The three pointed star shines again

November 25, 2003

After an absence of some 5 years Hallett Silbermann are pleased to add 2 new Mercedes Benz tractor units to their extensive fleet. Both vehicles are Actros 2544LS 6 x 2 articulated units plated at 44 tonnes gross. They will operate with a variety of trailers including flatbeds, curtainsiders and plant trailers.

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Making our Mark

July 30, 2003

Hallett Silbermann proudly take part in the annual Cart Marking ceremony in the City of London in a tradition dating back over 300 years.

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Plane sailing at Cambridge Airport

June 27, 2003

When Marshalls Aerospace in Cambridge needed to relocate an aircraft wing test rig at 120’ long they found the specialist equipment of the Rolls transport division of Hallett Silbermann fitted the bill perfectly.

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