packing, crating and installation questions

packing, crating and installation questions

Q: Are you able to hang my artwork?

A: Yes - Our packing, crating and installation division TED Fine Art, are skilled and experienced in the installation of two-dimensional works right through to large sculptures.

Whether the installation is required in your home, office, commercial property or public space, our specialist installation team will work from a well thought out installation plan, developed after a detailed site inspection.

Q: What type of art packing can you provide?

A: Your artwork must be packed correctly to ensure it is stored and transported safely and securely.

Our packing, crating and installation division TED Fine Art, are skilled and experienced in all forms of art packing. Whether you have one artwork or an entire collection, TED staff will consider all packing solutions available, selecting the most appropriate materials, designs and the method that delivers the best value for money.

Q: Can you provide crating for my artwork?

A: Yes - Our packing, crating and installation division TED Fine Art, specialise in the design and construction of custom-made crating solutions, for any size of object, however large or small. This extends from standard one-way crates to the highest museum bespoke specification.

Our custom-made crates are engineered to preserve the unique characteristics of each artwork whilst in storage and in transit. Specialised materials are incorporated into the crate design to protect against the effects of shock and climate, and to ensure the safe and secure transportation and unpacking of any object worldwide.

Q: What qualification do your packing and crating team have?

A: IAS acquired TED Fine Art in 2006, which is the largest fine art packing & crating company in Australia. TED products are highly regarded worldwide and relied upon to safely carry everything from the most demanding examples of Fine Art and Cultural Heritage Material to unique scientific equipment.

TED employees are principally from museum backgrounds and have outstanding technical skills and experience in their field.