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Breaking the mould at Kita

November 8 - Kita Logistics has handled the shipment of wind blade moulds from the USA to Izmir, Turkey.

The moulds, which are used to produce wind turbine blades, had lengths ranging from 25 m to 40 m.

The cargo was shipped on three vessels to the port of Izmir, where the moulds were transported 50 km to the jobsite.

Kita Logistics
is a member of the Global Project Logistics Network (GPLN).

 

 

www.kita.com.tr

www.gpln.net

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