Move-in of vehicles
Featuring in-built hairpin bends and a recreated Alpine pass with a 15% gradient, the Erwin Hymer Museum in Bad Waldsee presents motorized travel past, present and future, and offers visitors an experience to remember. Around 80 motorhomes and caravans from the collection of the motorhome pioneer Hymer are on display in the museum, along with historic cars from other manufacturers from all over the world. SCHOLPP helped put the vehicles in position – its specialists moved in the vehicles, positioned them to detailed plans with a combination of machine and muscle power, and mounted them on the recreated asphalt so that the anchors are invisible to visitors.
Move-in, positioning and mounting of 80 motorhomes and caravans at the Erwin Hymer Museum in Bad Waldsee, GermanyEquipment used
“Muscle power”Unique factors
Hairpin bends (with very tight radii) and a 15% gradient made positioning and securing the exhibits challengingContact person:
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