The transport of goods is one of the basic requirements for the functioning of our society. The goods must reach their destination. Often under adventurous circumstances. How, for example, do 120-meter-high wind turbines get to the ridge of the Koralpe, when there are only narrow forest roads? In Kleinwalsertal, a helicopter pilot flies the individual parts for an entire lift system up the mountain and sets them down with centimeter precision. The unpredictable wind conditions on mountain slopes make every flight a risk. And when cargo ships weighing up to 200,000 tons have to be directed with millimeter precision into a loading dock, it is an adventure in itself.