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Combi Lift enhances Bremerhaven terminal

November 30 - Combi Lift has made a number of investments at its logistics terminal in Kaiserhafen 1, Bremerhaven, Germany.

The terminal is now able to provide a wider range of services including: heavy lift equipment rental; rental of Yokohama fenders; mobilisation and demobilisation for projects; cargo handling; stand-by berths; forwarding services; steel construction and repairs; supply of containers and warehouse logistics. Mobile cranes are also available.

Outside of the free port, the terminal can handle ships of up to 7 m draught and 170 m in length.

Up to 2,000 sq m of open air and covered storage is available for heavy and over-dimensional cargoes.

 

www.combi-lift.net

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