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Art Handling / Art Services Companies

  1. Atelier4 (A4): Custom-built crates from recyclable and renewable materials. (718) 433-3500.
  2. Art Crating: Local shipping and installation. Caters to major Chelsea galleries. (718) 218-7250.
  3. Cadogan Tate: European network, worldwide shipping and a brokerage service that deals with customs. (718) 706-7999.
  4. Crozier Fine Arts: One of the oldest craters in the business. Offers private office spaces attached to storage vaults. (212) 741-2024.
  5. Ship/Art International: Packing and shipping mastery on the West Coast, with climate-controlled transportation anywhere. (650) 952-0100.
  6. Atthowe: Art storage and installation.  Oakland California.  (510) 654-6816
  7. Dietl International Services: Large international network and customized logistical services. (212) 400-9555.
  8. Dun-Rite: Rigging, installation and storage. Well versed in large-scale sculpture. (718) 991-1100.
  9. Ilevel: Known for creative collaborations with collectors on placement and display as well as white-glove treatment. (212) 477-4319.
  10. US Art: Art Handling, Art transportation and installation, (781) 986-5595
  11. Artex: Art Handling, Art transportation, crating and Art installation, (301) 350-5500
  12. Fortress Fine Arts: For Art moving, packing, installation, climate controlled storage (718) 937-5500
  13. More Specialized Transport: Sculpture rigging and  installation (201) 678-0060
  14. Box Art : Fine Art Crating (718) 782-6100

List partially from New York Times, December 2, 2007, THE CONNOISSEUR; Masterpiece Planner

About Mark Walhimer

Mark is Managing Partner of Museum Planning, LLC, a museum planning and exhibition project management firm of interactive educational environments for Science Centers, Children's Museums and Natural History Museums. You can reach Mark at

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