Ever since we started in 1968, we have worked to minimise harmful emissions. This spring, we took a further step for a greener environment and decided to switch to HVO100 as the fuel we use. This will give a significant reduction in our amount of fossil-derived CO2 emissions.
We have completed the transport and installation of a 20-tonne cyclotron at St. Olavs Hospital in Trondheim, Norway. A cyclotron is a type of particle accelerator used to produce radiation for use in medical diagnosis, treatment and research. We are particularly happy to have worked with a project to make life-saving modern technology available.
Christian Fabricius was appointed as our new operational manager in August, with responsibility for transport, storage and packaging technology for Fine Art and High Tech. Christian comes to us most recently from his role as production manager at Schenker, and brings with him extensive expertise within several fields of storage and logistics services.
For the opening of Copenhagen’s new hot spot Axel Towers, MTAB was given the spectacular task of transporting two works by Kasper Eistrup. The pieces had been ordered by law firm Gorrissen Federspiel, and are now proudly displayed on the 10th floor. They were safely transported in crates built for the purpose and were carefully placed with the aid of a crane and gentle hands.
The secular society may well be a more burning political issue than it has ever been. With art as its medium, the Göteborg International Biennial for Contemporary Art (GIBCA) is collecting artists from all over the world to examine a burning issue – What role can secularity play in contemporary society?