Fareham logistics firm transports art

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LOGISTICS firm PSP is well-known for its ability to transport luxury yachts and motorboats around the world, but one of its latest pieces of cargo was more unusual.

The Fareham-based firm transported huge pieces of art from Singapore to the UK as part of an art exchange programme.

The steel structures, created by Philippa Lawrence and Randy Chan had been on display in the botanical gardens in Singapore.

They are settling into their new home for the next two months, the Inner Temple Gardens at Victoria Embankment.

PSP London-office managing director Colin Redman said: ‘While many may think of us as a purely marine-focused logistics company, particularly considering PSP’s sponsorship of the PSP Southampton Boat Show, we transport much more than just boats.

‘We do a lot within the art and architecture worlds.’