Two large print machines weighing a total of 3.5t were moved and transported by South East Company Sussex Transport last week. Utilising one of their HIAB vehicles to lift and move them onto the lorry in Surrey and Kent and deliver them to Basildon, was a straightforward job, thanks to the crane mounted on the vehicle.  Just another day for the HIAB drivers at Sussex Transport!

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Sussex Transport made a dedicated delivery of 12 pallets of carpet tiles on one of their fleet of curtain side vehicles last week. Headed for Hatfield, after collecting the load from Milton Keynes, the pallets were offloaded with a moffett. In March 2009, an ancient Persian rug sold at Sotheby’s for a record breaking £3.38m. The Pearl Carpet of Baroda dates back to the 1860’s. ..You’d think at that price, it should be able to fly! The largest hand made carpet in the world has a surface

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Home of the Mardi Gras (which translated means Fat Tuesday!) New Orleans is where Sussex Transport made another Air Freight delivery this month. Stock held in our warehouse is prepared for collection by our team and the consignment is ready for it’s onward journey – to New Orleans! Whilst New Orleans is famous for Hurricane Katrina, the home of Jazz and its cuisine, the Mardis Gras is probably most associated with the town. Celebrated since 1699, Mardis Gras is held on Shrove Tuesday (or Fat

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Last week, Sussex Transport made an Air Freight delivery of goods to Haryana in India. Whilst it is normal to expect monsoon rains from June to September, which are vital for India’s agriculture, this year the monsoon rains have forced more 200,000 people from their homes in northeast India and neighbouring Nepal, and killed almost 80 people. Two days of incessant rains have inundated hundreds of villages and forced residents to seek refuge on higher ground. Hundreds also remain stranded. Last

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Education is seen as a privilege in Kenya and was reserved, until recently, for the wealthy families. It is essential for volunteers to help within these schools, to give kids the opportunity to learn and to gain an education they deserve. Although the Kenyan Government have made education free in the country, there is still a lack of resources and therefore schools are asking students for money to help support the teachers.  There are many ways volunteers are excelling in these areas by using

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