Ghost Forest on the move again with ALS
ALS has again transported the ancient rain forest tree stumps, this time from storage at our site in Hull, UK to Oxfords' Museum of Natural History.
1st September 2010
ALS arranged the transportation from Trafalgar Square to Copenhagen and then the return journey back to the UK.
Once back in the UK, the tree stumps rested in ALS' storage yard in Hull, ALS were later contacted by artist Angela Palmer to arrange their movement to Oxford University's Museum of Natural History, where they will exhibit for 1 year.
The exhibition will coincide with the Museum of Natural History's 150th anniversary this year, and the UN's International Year of Biodiversity.
The tree stumps were transported from Hull, using 5 specialist trailers under private escort and were safely positioned on the Lawn of the Museum.
ALS’ operations team took full responsibility for the planning and execution of the transport from Hull to Oxford working closely with approved suppliers to ensure a safe and controlled delivery within a specified timescale.
After their year spent on the lawn at Oxford, the trees will again be on the move and ALS will be pleased to escort them safely again, on the next leg of their journey, ensuring the Ghost Forest Project and it's crucial message continues to be spread worldwide.
You can read more about this project here: Ghost Forest in Trafalgar Square
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