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Did someone mention a Terminator?

We didn’t really know what this was – and we still don’t! “It” did get transported safely from A to B and back again though.

Is it a sofa? Is it art? Both, even?

We were rather glad that the space this had to go into had very large doors. Imagine, all the way from New York and not to fit through the front door…

15 minutes from Cannes

A very last minute call to remove the contents of an entire house on the Côte d’Azur to London. In August. Pas de problème!

An office in Paris

From Paris to London, 4 floors of office and studio equipment, files, furniture and even the kitchen sink!

All packed up and ready to go.

We’ll happily pack, wrap and protect your belongings like they’re our own – in short, properly and carefully.

Baby, Baby, Baby Oh…

This baby grand piano (an affectionate term given to a mini grand piano whose length does not exceed 6 feet – look out for that on your next pub quiz!) was heavy! What you can’t see underneath that carefully packed exterior is the mirror-like lacquered finish that was flawlessly maintained over 1000’s of kilometres of road and sea. Magic? Yes, a little!

Elephants on Parade

How many elephants can you fit in a mini? Four – 2 in the front and 2 in the back. Obviously. Marc Quinn put his mark (see what I did there?) on the Elephant Parade London with this effort helping to raise over £4 million, working to save the Asian elephant from extinction in the wild.

Not the Kitchen sink

So, you want us to collect, transport and deliver & install a sink for a shop window display? In Milan? Non c’è problema, è facile.

Tidy desk, tidy mind?

Assemble, dis-assemble, re-assemble, re-disassemble, re-reassemble etc… One entire unit, or two separate units? Maybe one entire unit…if you’re unable to make a decision right there and then, we can wait until you do. We don’t claim to be Saint-like but, but we’re as near as you’ll get in the patience stakes 😉


One Response to Gallery

  1. PritSka says:

    It’s the remains of the Terminator, T3000.

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