Thursday, 17 August 2017 / Published in Latest posts, Mallatite News, Media, Product News
Recently the government have told councils to ‘optimise traffic flow’ and scrap road humps. In the article, shared online at Highways Industry, ‘speed bumps could be removed from UK roads after Michael Gove, the Environment Secretary, told local councils to scrap them as part of plans to reduce pollution. ‘https://www.highwaysindustry.com/speed-bumps-could-disappear-from-uk-roads/.    Current tarmac road humps
Tuesday, 25 July 2017 / Published in Latest posts, Mallatite News, Media, Product News
The Association of Road Traffic Safety and Management (ARTSM), have published their most recent guidance document, Sign Savings – Replacing Obsolete Road Traffic Signs. The document, available for download, explains that the statutory “savings” period for many signs revoked by the 1994 Traffic Signs Regulations has now expired. This means that it is no longer
Thursday, 13 July 2017 / Published in Latest posts, Mallatite News
Dave Franklin, Project Manager and also a key member of our TransCalm design team, recently took part in a charity cycling event for The Christie Charity, cycling from Manchester to Blackpool. The event is attended by over 6000 cyclists each year and this year saw another great turnout. This was Dave’s first time participating in
Friday, 09 June 2017 / Published in Latest posts, Mallatite News, Product News
More efficient. More competitive. We’ve just completed the refurbishment of our traffic sign production facility at our Oldbury site and are excited to introduce the Traffic Jet 1638X Printer and Mistral Laminator. The Traffic Jet prints the signs directly onto the reflective material making production more efficient, and enables us to offer you much shorter lead times.* This investment also allows for very
Wednesday, 10 May 2017 / Published in Latest posts, Mallatite News, Product News
We are currently in the middle of the Fourth United Nations Global Road Safety Week. The United Nations is an international organisation, that was founded in 1945. It is currently made up of 193 Member States. The mission and work of the UN is to take action on the issues confronting humanity, including peace and security,
Tuesday, 11 April 2017 / Published in Mallatite News
Thank you for visiting us at Traffex2017 This time last week we joined thousands of traffic professionals at our industry’s biggest event, Traffex2017, held at the NEC in Birmingham. For Mallatite, Traffex 2017 kicked off to a great start with many visitors making a beeline to our stand, G40, to experience our innovative range of
Mallatite Hen Durham 2017
Thursday, 23 March 2017 / Published in Mallatite News
HEN On The Road is taking place on Wednesday 29th March, at the Riverside Lounge in Durham County Cricket Club and we are looking forward to attending! Three of our experienced Sales Engineer’s, Leon Pennington, Steve Judge and Neill Curran will be heading to the exhibition. They will be showcasing our range of accessible Lighting
Monday, 13 March 2017 / Published in Latest posts, Mallatite News
With Traffex2017 less than a month away, we couldn’t be more excited! We’re well known for our extensive range of lighting columns and energy saving lanterns, this year will be at the NEC showcasing our innovative traffic management and safety products. We have a full range of traffic signs, bollards, VAS, pedestrian crossing and passively
Signature Limited becomes Mallatite
Wednesday, 01 March 2017 / Published in Mallatite News
As of 1st March 2017, Signature Limited, Dee-Organ and Post + Column have been fully integrated into Mallatite Limited and will trade as one entity under the new Mallatite Brand. Following the acquisition of Signature Limited in August last year there have been many changes as we join together to become one united organisation. The last six months have
Mallatite at light after dark
Friday, 20 January 2017 / Published in Mallatite News
We will be exhibiting at the Light After Dark Event organised by Rail Alliance. This specialist event for anyone responsible for railway lighting or/and security decisions, who wants to see a range of high quality suppliers in one place with the added bonus of being able to assess product performance and services being demonstrated in the dark