This is the only info I've been able to find online so figured I'd share it in case anyone else is interested. This refers to picking up a gigantic aquarium from a shipping place, but it may be useful regardless.
- Glass moving ‘Suction Cups’ should be used to move large heavy aquariums. If you do not own Suction Cups, they can be rented from most Glass Companies.
- Lift the aquarium up and off the skid (with the use of suction cups) and on to a wheeled dolly appropriate for the weight and size of the aquarium. The dolly base should be carpeted or covered with smooth surface.
- The aquarium should be dollied to its permanent stand, and then with an electronic lifting apparatus or sufficient manpower be lifted up on to its stand.
NOTE: DO NOT LIFT, PUSH, PULL, OR PUT PRESSURE ON THE BRACING OF AQUARIUMS. DOING SO WILL DAMAGE THE INTEGRITY OF THE AQUARIUM.