Le Gallez & Hitchcock Transport awarded Europe-wide contract

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Le Gallez & Hitchcock Transport has been awarded a Europe-wide contract from No Limits Trackdays Ltd, a track day experience organiser specialising in motorcycles.

The haulage and distribution company will be responsible for transporting all of No Limits Trackdays assets to high-profile events throughout Europe commencing September 2023.

The contract will prove beneficial for both businesses. Having been awarded this large contract from a multinational business, Le Gallez & Hitchcock Transport will be hauling on a regular basis throughout Europe, bringing the company to even greater heights.

No Limits Trackdays customer experience will be further enhanced as Le Gallez & Hitchcock Transport will be loading bikes in an indoor environment as well as providing indoor storage facilities at their Hullavington Airfield hanger base in Wiltshire.

Both Directors of Le Gallez & Hitchcock Transport, Simon Le Gallez and Dean Hitchcock, have extensive knowledge and a passion for the motorcycle racing industry. Le Gallez has worked with teams in the British Superbike Championship for over 14 years, and Hitchcock has been involved in motorsport up to the national level for over a decade.

Simon Le Gallez said: “We are excited to be chosen by No Limits Trackdays and are looking forward to enhancing the European track days for all of their clients going forward. We have a long history within the motorbike racing world and we believe that we bring a complementary set of skills along with our hard working, trusted team.”

Mark Neate, owner of No Limits Trackdays, believes the new contract will prove hugely important in their continued success in the UK and beyond. Neate said:  “We are excited about the upcoming contract with Le Gallez and Hitchcock and believe this will strengthen our logistics and underpin our position in the market as the leading European track day company.”

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