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UMA Tunisia moves heavy cranes from the Baltic to Tunisia

July 8 - UMA Tunisia has managed the shipment of two cranes weighing more than 495 tonnes with a total volume of 2900 cu m from the Baltic port of Klaipeda to Menzel Bourguiba in the north of Tunisia.

Ocean transport was undertaken by Beluga Shipping with the first crane being discharged in the port's Dock 1, and the second in Dock 4, using the vessel's own gear. 

UMA Tunisia was recently-appointed a member of the specialist project forwarding network, the Worldwide Project Consortium, for the Tunisian marketplace.

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