LEMAN on film
LEMAN transports the largest transformer in Denmark (1950)
In 1950, LEMAN transported a transformer, weighing 95,000 kg, 12 kilometers from H. C. Orsted Power Station in Copenhagen to a transformer station north of the capital for the combined tram and utility company, NESA.
The transformer was the largest of its kind in Denmark, and the transportation became somewhat of an attraction as thousands of people crowded together in the streets of Copenhagen to carefully examine the engineering wonder and the impressive cortege.
The operation was a great success and was completed in 7 hours.
Click on the link to watch the movie (1 minute).
LEMAN's first large project transportation featured in the paper (1902).
In 1902, exciting, bold, and innovative logistics solutions were already part of LEMAN's product range.
In the Danish article, you can read that a solution now has been found on how to ship six kettles, weighing 200,000 pounds, from Denmark and all the way to Northern Sweden in a practical and affordable manner. It was Paul Lehmann in person who was in charge of the successful operation, and already two years after its founding, LEMAN was already a well-reputed company.