The packed root ball and tree can now be lifted and transported to the new location.
Depending on the conditions and transport route, the lifting and transport process can be carried out using a crane or an individually adjustable lifting system.
The result and the transplanting quality are identical with either method, and the selection criteria are essentially the access to the new location and the space requirements. The mobile crane cannot be used, for example, where access is limited or there is restricted space at the site.
The lifting system, however, is delivered in several parts, and can be used at practically any site, even where space is limited. The advantages of the lifting system are clear when transplanting large trees close to the existing site, whereas a mobile crane may be a better solution if you are transplanting trees over a longer distance.
Both transplanting methods are equally gentle on trees in terms of tree biology.