Established for over 20 years and with a solid engineering background, our innovative approach to our customers' requirements has ensured that we have forged excellent relationships with many leading broadcasters and production companies around the world.
Here at Trans-Sport.tv we design, create and supply structures, sets and rigging for the broadcast and media events industry.
We’re very serious about providing the best possible service for our clients. Our team, our customers and our suppliers work together in a positive environment to produce the best results possible. It’s the business ethos that Trans-Sport.tv has been built upon for the past 30 years and why we created our core values. They embody our culture and our dedication to our customers and staff which have been recognised in the results from the North Notts Business Awards for best Family Business and Employer of the Year Awards. No matter how tough the going gets you can trust the Trans-Sport.tv Team to uphold these values at all times!
Firstly, we promise to always do what we say. If we tell you we’re going to do something, we’ll do it. Whether that be a meeting, a deadline or providing a solution, you can always count on us to get the job done.
Secondly, we work together as a team to produce the best product possible. We are a family business and that extends to the whole Team, supporting each other to be the best versions of ourselves we can possibly be. We encourage initiative and are always open minded; if anyone has a new idea, we’ll listen to what they have to say. After all, teamwork makes the dream work! Finally, we are professionals. All our employees are continually trained to ensure they are the very best they can be at their craft. From rigging to staging, from transportation to manufacturing, our lads are the best in the business! We are firm believers that a positive ethos and a strong culture is essential to a successful business which is reflected in Trans-Sport.tv’s Core Values.
What a day the RAF 100 celebrations on the 10th July 2018 at the Horse Guard’s Parade were. The venue at St James’s Park, London marked the final day of the Centenary Baton Relay, taking place over a 100-day period beginning at the Royal Courts of Justice on the 4th April.
Trans-Sport.tv built the under-structure for the bandstand platform for the BBC coverage of the event and provided event support for the BBC events team from start to finish. The event, running from April to November 2018 is a 100-year commemoration of the RAF’s foundation in 1918. We hope the rest of the year’s events are successful and an adequate celebration of the RAF’s centenary!