By: Kelly Holdaway On: July 07, 2011 In: Blog Comments: 0

It’s all been a sea of change at the National Maritime museum with the opening of a new ‘Sammy Ofer’ Wing this summer. Comprises of customer designed exhibition spaces, the new wing will accommodate the growing number of visitors to the Greenwich museum.

All hands were on deck recently with our Unic 376 mini spider crane which fitted snugly into the atrium of the museum to lift glass display cabinets onto the first floor. The Unic 376 has a slew limitation function which enabled the operator to set the working parameters so the boom didn’t come into contact with the surrounding architecture.

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