Van der Vlist UK have recently moved several large convection modules from Spain to the Netherlands.
Their weights ranged from 40 to 134 tonnes, some of which were more than 6 metres high.
The planned route in Spain was under repair, so Van der Vlist had to build a temporary road, and upon arrival in the Netherlands a gas pipe lower than 6 metres in height blocked the exit to the port.
The route diverted through a number of privately owned fields of varying consistency, with boundary fences being removed and steel plating being laid to assist with traction.
After movement was completed, Van der Vlist returned the fields to their previous state, with no evidence of us having been there.
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