Go Traffic Management have agreed a major partnership with Speedy to provide a co-located traffic management service at each of the main Speedy operating depot bases across the UK. Users of hired plant and equipment can come to Speedy and Go Traffic Management for a ‘one-stop-shop’ solution. The partnership will be established for an initial three-year period.

At Go Traffic Management we have access to the very latest in innovative traffic management services, lights and equipment, necessary for projects of all scale and sizes.  Operating nationwide, we provide essential protection to workers, drivers and members of the public while work is conducted in the highway.

Speedy have 200 depot bases across the UK, and provide industry leading hired plant, tools and equipment with a four-hour guaranteed delivery anywhere in the country.

Having access to a traffic management service helps both businesses – with customers often looking for a supply of temporary lights, signs and barriers to support their projects.

Daryl Cheetham, Executive Director at Network Plus said: “Speedy were selected because they have a national presence, demonstrate outstanding agility in service levels and can supply us with the wide range of products we rely on in our business. This is an example of a win-win situation where both organisations support each other and offer something different and compelling in the marketplace. “

Derek Bailey, Group Business Development Director at Speedy said: “We’re delighted to partner with Network Plus and Go Traffic Management to provide this co-located traffic management service. We will be able to support their operations by providing an industry leading hire range and four hour guaranteed delivery for equipment and tool hire, anywhere in the country. Having access to a traffic management service adds value to our customers looking for a supply of temporary lights, signs and barriers to support their projects.”