Unit 1, Clark Avenue, Porte Marsh Ind Estate, Calne, Wiltshire, SN11 9RD

01249 822600

Acklea is one of the UK's leading Traffic Management equipment suppliers, providing a comprehensive range of products and services all backed up by many years of hands-on industry experience.

Based in Calne, Wiltshire, Acklea offers today’s Traffic Management market a wide range of products with the emphasis on operator safety and high performance. Owned and operated by SHB Hire Ltd, Acklea is constantly expanding and has been since the outset in 1996.

For our customers, Acklea’s extensive experience means they are safe in the knowledge that they are in the right hands. Because we fully understand our customers needs, Acklea is able to develop and test new products to keep it at the cutting edge of the Traffic Management market.

Acklea, working in collaboration with its customers, designs bespoke products which fully meet the operational and safety needs of the highways operatives on the busy UK network. Products range from 3.5 ton to 26 tonne Traffic Management vehicles and other related highways products such as MLC and LP13 demount systems. Acklea is a supplier of the revolutionary Scorpion Crash Cushion (Scorpion I and II) which has a modular design that creates an unbeatable standard of performance but also keeps through life costs low. Additionally, we are an approved Nissen agent for the most up to date light arrows and VMS signs which are universally accepted as industry leading products.

Covering the whole of the UK, as well as designing and building your vehicles and equipment, Acklea provides specialist parts supply and Crash Cushion repair and maintenance services within the industry leading TMATA scheme. We are known for providing quality products and excellent service, a reputation we have earned and intend to continue to provide. Acklea’s philosophy is to provide all of its customers with competitive products, using the latest technology incorporating class leading safety features and a back-up service second to none.

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