No forklifts, no fan mile

The Fan Mile in Berlin is the largest Public Viewing in Germany. During the World Cup, several thousand fans come there every day, and at matches of the German national team even several hundred thousand. Weeks before, the roads around the Brandenburg Gate are closed. From that moment on the streets belong to the Linde forklifts.

Setting up and removing such a fan mile involves a great logistical effort. 5.5 kilometers of fence and 300 square meters of LED modules must be erected. Over several days, materials are approached and moved to the right place by Linde forklifts. So they are the real stars before the World Cup.