A decade ago, it was a daunting job that took 10 men more than four hours work.
But now the job of erecting new rugby posts at Cardiff's Millennium Stadium has taken three men just half an hour - thanks to a new assembly system designed by Lowestoft's Harrod UK.
Harrod, one of the UK's best known names in the sports equipment manufacturing, made and erected the original posts at the stadium in 1999 using a 10-strong team of men with ropes and ladders.
But after developing a new "hinged post assembly roller", Harrod has replaced the posts faster and with fewer people.
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