An unusual load for Collett and Sons comprised a 10-tonne life-size metal elephant. The Halifax-based THMA member moved it for Weir Minerals at Todmorden where it was cast. The sculpture is now standing at Glasgows Bellahouston Park to serve as a permanent legacy of the 2014 Commonwealth Games. The work is by Scottish sculptor Kenny Hunter who used scrap metals from locomotives built near Glasgow that went to the farthest corners of the Commonwealth. Collett Sons commitment to improving safety environmental impact and efficiency has been rewarded with a silver accreditation by the Fleet Operator Recognition Scheme. The marine and transport team at the law firm of Andrew Jackson has come out as one of the top two firms in the Yorkshire and Humber region in the Legal 500 clients guide. The firms top quality team continues to be nationally recognised for its shipping work among other forms of transport and advises on charter party disputes international trade issues and regulatory defence work. Football managers usually prowl the technical area but Captain Lee Hadfield is different. The C Force Marine managing director won the trophy for the best-managed Saturday team in the East Riding County League while he was thousands of miles away as captain of a 200m vessel operating in the Gulf of Mexico. He became the Facebook gaffer. But his main success has been taking C Force United into the premier division of Hull Sunday League after winning three successive promotions as well as Halford Cup knock-out competition and the champion of champions trophy. C Force also sponsors two other mens teams under-15s and a womens side which erstwhile Turks Caicos national team manager Matt Green coaches. I have spent upwards of 8000 over the last four years and the motivation is to benefit the community as much as a love of football. C Force recently raised hundreds of pounds for Macmillan Cancer Support at a mixed match held at Marist College Hull. Based at Banwell near Bristol Spencer has provided marine surveying marine consultancy and loss adjusting services since being founded in 1984 by Captain Chris Spencer. Albert Weatherill McAusland Turners chief executive said it was a good time to be increasing capacity in the West Country. We provide pilotage services for the River Parrett and it is anticipated that much of the materials required Marine surveyor McAusland Turner has bought the C. F. Spencer Co consultancy for an undisclosed sum. Win-win The elephant on the truck New marine legal and technical specialist Butterworth Marine has been contracted to assist in a broken down vessel in the Mediterranean and a cruise ship collision in Uruguay. Director Iain Butterworth of the Scarborough-based firm said Both cases are very interesting and have given a helpful boost at the start of our new venture. The company has been set up to advise and assist on a variety of marine legal disputes including vessel build and repair casualty investigation technical appraisal and survey inspections and audits. Hoillie Burnett left and Sophie Wheeldon who have begun their careers as solicitors after completing training contracts with Hull law firm and THMA member Rollits. Top pairing Captain Chris Spencer right teams up with Mike and Albert Weatherill The Facebook gaffer Law boost Top two Rollits starters 7 for the Hinkley C nuclear power station will arrive through that river. Both companies are closely aligned and want to provide the best possible service to clients. The combination of our individual strengths will be a win-win benefit for all parties. Captain Spencer who stays on as a consultant said We couldnt imagine a better suitable pairing than with McAusland Turner.