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Video: Transport Sensitive Electronics Safely
A “blow up” means different processes in English. Among other things, it can mean enlargement but also bursting open. Since the field of video production is often about putting things in focus and making them appear larger, the first sense of the word is definitely desirable in this application. The second could involve damaged video production equipment, which it is imperative to avoid in the context of this reporting.
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Because blow-up video production has been one of the leading service companies for more than 25 years, primarily supporting their customers with high-quality image technology for projects anywhere in the world. The fact that the Hamburg company stands out in the second place because it protects the modern equipment better than many comparable providers through sophisticated, self-developed solutions makes its company name suitable in both of the above connotations.
"Turn around" high-quality technology
The company, managed by Martin Schiemann, is involved in projects for customers in the industrial and TV sectors worldwide. In addition to well-known television stations, the clients also come from the music and automotive industries. According to Martin Schiemann, blow-up is something for vehicle manufacturers like the outside broadcast van, for example to B. at the major international trade fairs such as Detroit, Tokyo or Shanghai to provide the audio / video technology for press appearances. The portfolio also includes live and recording formats from a wide range of television stations. The blow-up video production provides planning, scheduling and implementation from a single source. However, it is also possible to rent individual components from the equipment park.In the past, its improper transportation was often the greatest risk of successful production.
“When something happens, the fatal is not just damage to property. The equipment must be on site and working in time. But you can't send everything twice around the world just because you know that there will be a surprise waiting for you before the next fair,”says Martin Schiemann. And there have been plenty of negative surprises in the past. From impaling the cases used for transport with the forklift to falls from heights that were believed to be impossible, the people of Hamburg had to go through everything, stating with a slight gallows humor: “Air freight is a real trauma, especially when you consider that the feeder - Traffic to the plane is done by truck. A cargo posted in Hamburg may see In Amsterdam for the first time an airplane. And even then it doesn't mean thatthat it goes directly to the goal. The freight routes are based on free loading capacities and not the shortest route, which entails numerous transshipment at the global hubs of the airlines - and the 'transshipment' is often to be understood in the truest sense of the word.”
After several accidents and the resulting unpleasant, expensive replacement purchases and legal disputes, Martin Schiemann and his team's solutions mainly centered around the transport boxes. Initially, these were dimensioned so large that they can only be moved with a forklift.
So the chances of the crates tipping over are rather low. A mere inscription "Do Not Tip" is, according to experience, rather ineffective. Assuming that the boxes are only transported upright, Blow Up has adopted different methods for horizontal and vertical damping. In the horizontal plane, the supplier of the flight cases, the Amptown company from Hamburg, took over the protection of the equipment with foam. However, this is not sufficient for the vertical. The company's own claim served as the driving force for further optimizations: The production company stood for reliability when using its equipment anywhere in the world. In order to find a really robust solution, they approached ACE shock damper GmbH with clear ideas.
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