Flying, festivals and (big) friendly giants

August 1, 2016

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As is usually the norm in July, a lot of our time was spent driving in and out of parks and fields across the country as the festival season continued with Tea in The Park, British Summer Time, Wireless, Love Box and Latitude.

Both Rod Stewart and Stereophonics wrapped up their summer stadium and arena tours, but we were still busy touring, providing the trucking at gigs for Tom Jones and Simply Red, as well as hitting Eastern Europe with Gorgon City who were playing at Galapagia Fest in Lithuania and Audio River Fest in Poland.

Across Europe our corporate and private event work took us to Cannes, Monaco, Berlin and

Stockholm, whilst in England we’ve been working at some very prestigious locations including Ascot, Tate Modern, the Natural History Museum, Kensington Gardens and Leeds Castle.

As well as moving kit by road we deal with a lot of airfreight, especially outside of Europe. This month we provided trucking for the Farnborough International Air Show which gave us a great opportunity to indulge our fascination of all things aircraft!

Once again we were back in Leicester Square for another film premiere as Steven Spielberg’s BFG opened in the London sunshine – one of our trucks even made a brief TV appearance as it was picked up in the background by cameras from Channel 5 News

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