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Liburnia Projects & Chartering launched

Croatia’s Liburnia Maritime Agency has launched an independent brokerage company - Liburnia Projects & Chartering.

Located in Breda, the Netherlands, Liburnia Projects & Chartering will broker customer’s transportation needs and can also act as charterers on their behalf.

The company will be led by Karim Thys, who most recently served as senior manager sea freight and projects at Abnormal Load Services (ALS).

According to Liburnia Projects & Chartering, the partners bring together more than 15 years of close cooperation and experience. “With such knowledge the company is ready to advise their customers the most beneficial solutions for them, having the focus, not only on the cheapest rate, but also on safety of the valuable cargo with top service”.

 

www.linkedin.com/company/liburnia-projects-chartering/

www.liburniamar.hr

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