How to Move a Library in China
Published on January 11, 2012 by Tycho de Feyter
Moving a library can be a lotta work. First you have to pack all books in boxes, then you have to carry the boxes outside and load ‘m in a truck. The truck then, will drive to the new location where the boxes have to be unloaded again, and so on.
A smart moving company in the great city of Nantong in Jiangsu Province had a better idea when it was asked to move the Nantong University’s library. They skipped the ‘carry the boxes outside’-part and used big crane to haul up a truck right next to the library’s windows. The movers so could simply shove the boxes on the flatbed. Saves time, saves money! Via: MOP.com.