License to deliver

The logistics of Bond In Motion

License to deliver

The logistics of Bond In Motion

Action, intrigue, and on-time deliveries

For over sixty years, the iconic James Bond film franchise has delivered heart-pumping action, jaw-dropping stunts, edge-of-your-seat moments, and so much more. Since Casino Royale (2006), we have worked behind the scenes to support the production of 007 films. No Time To Die (2021) marked the fifth time we delivered for James Bond. And now as the Official Logistics Partner of Bond In Motion and 007 Science, we’ve got a license to deliver the most iconic Bond vehicles to Automotive Museums across the world.

Unveiling the thrill

Join us on a remarkable journey through the iconic universe of James Bond with two sensational exhibitions, one in Chicago and one in Washington, D.C. Dive into the heart of action, innovation, and espionage with a showcase of the most memorable vehicles and cutting-edge technology from the world's longest-running film franchise.

Experience the grandeur of Bond In Motion at the International Spy Museum in Washington D.C., featuring 17 iconic pieces from the James Bond archive. Explore a stunning array of cars, motorcycles, submarines, and more, each with its own story of adventure and intrigue. Discover the science behind the spectacle at the Museum of Science and Industry, Chicago. 007 Science: Inventing the World of James Bond is the first official exhibition focusing on the science and technology that powers 007's world. Discover the science behind the spectacle. From prototype jetpacks to modern-day counterparts and gadgets that blend cinematic magic with real-world applications, immerse yourself in the science in front of and behind the camera.

Thomas Hofmanm

Thomas Hofmanm, Project Lead at DHL

'The special features of this shipment were a relatively tight schedule and the high value of the vehicles.'
John Meller

John Meller, Project Lead 'No Time To Die Logistics' at DHL

'It’s always an exciting job to transport valuable, iconic items like these.'

Already delivered

In 2021 eight original film cars, including iconic Aston Martins and a Lotus Esprit, were transported from the UK to the US for the Bond In Motion exhibition at the Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles. Challenges arose due to the vehicles' high value and tight schedule, but special handling measures, including customized skids and enclosed car carriers, were employed to ensure safe transport. An international team of specialists facilitated the smooth sea and land transport, while DHL's Sustainable Marine Fuel Service FCL GoGreen Plus made the delivery climate neutral.

Bond In Motion in Saratoga

The multimedia exhibition showcased vehicles, props and clips covering all 25 James Bond films. Vehicles include the iconic Aston Martin DB5 first seen onscreen in Goldfinger (1964), the Lotus Esprit from The Spy Who Loved Me (1977), the Quantum of Solace (2008) Aston Martin DBS that made history with a world record-breaking seven rotation roll, and one of ten Aston Martin DB10s built specifically for 2015’s Spectre.