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Tranzaura build pioneering technology solutions that make safety, awareness and efficient work practices the centre of everyday life for people in transport, across all industries.

Tranzaura have 10 years’ experience in the provision of digital solutions to the transport sector. In this time, we have worked with a number of SME, national and multinational clients across the UK and Ireland to digitise their transport operational processes.

Our integrated product portfolio consists of five technology solutions (delivered on both desktop and mobile devices) that help organisations to operate a safer, more compliant and efficient operation. They can also be customised and enhanced through additional development to suit some individual organisations requirements and regulations.

The technology solutions within our portfolio comprise of digital tachograph analysis, electronic vehicle checks, workshop management, a driver behaviour and communications app and incident/accident reporting.

The vehicle checks app solution replaces traditional paper vehicle checks, providing an alternative technology solution to managing vehicle checks more effectively by using a mobile app; improving key safety elements such as defect management, real time reporting and ensuring vehicle safety issues do not escalate.

Our tachograph analysis app provides a quicker and more cost-effective way to analyse digital tachograph driver cards and vehicle units; keeping companies compliant and helping to build the blocks for Earned Recognition.

The driver communications app is an innovative platform to promote dynamic learning and remote worker communications to increase driver retention and safety.

The accident reporting app is a digital solution providing real time accident information to ultimately reduce claims, disputes and enhance protection.

The workshop management app acts like a digital vehicle doctor – helping to manage defects, road worthiness and necessary repairs.

Over 300 clients and 20,000 drivers are using our digital solutions daily in the UK and Ireland, across multiple industries in the transport landscape such as logistics, bus and coach, waste, utilities and merchant services.

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Application refused after failing to declare previous revocation


An application by a London operator for an international licence has been refused after the traffic commissioner found the director had provided incorrect details for a previous company.

Deputy traffic commissioner John Baker said sole director Steven Field had not regained his repute since being disqualified indefinitely in 2014 and he had also failed to declare details of the revocation when applying for the new licence.

Field told DTC Baker that his new firm, Wembley-based Celerity LS had been relying on vans, but his plan was to use larger vehicles to move goods between depots.

He said his failure to declare the previous revocation was an oversight and that the liquidation of Parasol Worldwide had been mainly due to fraudulent activity by a former business partner.

However, Baker also raised concerns about the director failing to attend two public inquiries in 2014 and Field claimed he had not received any correspondence about them – an explanation the DTC said was not plausible.

In a written decision, he said: “The fact that Mr Field failed to declare the details of the previous licence and its revocation when applying for this licence adds an additional negative aspect to my consideration of repute.

“I do not accept that it was simply an oversight.”

As a result, the application was refused, although the DTC said the proposed transport manager, Ludovic Muntyan, presented as competent and professional and the decision did not tarnish his reputation in any way.