An image has recently surfaced on the internet (courtesy of Gizmodo) that reveals the logistical lengths heavy industry manufacturers go to in order to transport their gigantic creations.
> The enormous piece of machinery in question is a mammoth 273.95-foot turbine blade that required a fleet of support vehicles to move it from its place of manufacture in Denmark to its final resting place in Methil, Scotland – home of the largest offshore wind turbine in the world.

After completing the slow and arduous journey, the blade was finally installed on a 7-megawatt test offshore turbine made by Samsung Heavy Industries, which will start producing energy in 2015.

The video below provides a neat glimpse into how the team completed the tricky task.