Global art logistics, transport, and collection management services
For museums, galleries, collectors, and all lovers of art.
Fine art transport is more than just logistics. Like you, we are inspired by our shared cultural heritage and its ability to connect people all over the world.
We are proud to offer you an extensive range of specialist services in the management, transportation, and conservation of your collection. Let us help you with our expertise in project management, art packing, art transport, installation, coordination of international loans, art storage, restoration, and much more.
As a commercial business owner in the fine art industry your expertise is most likely buying and selling fine art rather than shipping it, so finding a reliable partner that reflects the same quality of service you do is important.
Let us put your mind at ease! Whether you’re looking for transport between major European cities or a specialist team of art handlers to (un)pack and install artworks, we have the right solution for you.
We understand that art involves emotion, especially when it is entrusted into the care of others. That’s why we take every precaution to make sure you feel confident leaving it with us.
Whether you’re looking for short-term rental or a more permanent set-up, our depot can safely accommodate anything from a single piece to an entire collection. We also offer a range of services to help you care for your art pieces.
The safest and most sustainable museum crate in the world, the Turtle has been trusted by museums worldwide since 1994 to safely transport their most valuable artworks. Years of innovation through research and development have resulted in an entire product catalogue of unrivalled design, available worldwide and to everyone through respected partners in the industry.
THE STORY OF TURTLE This mini-documentary by Oeke Hoogendijk shows a revolution in the art industry. Created as an answer to a need for change and inspired by its invaluable contents, the modular and reusable Turtle was embraced by museums worldwide, and still is to this day.