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GAC supports Burundi exploration logistics

November 23 - GAC UK & GAC-Seaforth have overcome challenges to complete the successful delivery of a complex collection of cargo to Lake Tanganyika, Burundi, to support explorations by Surestream Petroleum (UK).

The shipment comprised of fabricated steel sections, stores, tools, chemicals, high value seismic equipment and a 10 m chase boat. GAC was also appointed as the main agent to air freight stores to Burundi and for a high-priority task to and from Malawi.

The main consignment was sent in containers by sea to Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, where GAC-Seaforth took over the transport the by road to Bujumbura, with selected items sent by air direct to their final destination.

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