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
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
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
Monday, 23 June 2014 / Published in Mallatite News
The Revolution has begun (Cue dramatic music) Tuesday 17th June 2014, a date to be marked down in history as the future of road humps is changed forever. Introducing the TransCalm, a responsive speed control system. A road hump like no other. TransCalm is a totally unique, patented, solution that alters its firmness based on the