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No rest for Magdenli

April 23 - Cargo Equipment Experts' member in Turkey, Magdenli Transport and Trade Co, has been extremely busy recently moving heavy components for various power plant projects in Turkey.

Of late Magdenli's experts have moved cargo through Iskenderun for Fina Energy's 35 MW Ziyaret Wind Power Project; transported four 50-tonne crane beams (measuring 3.2m x 3.44m x 2.86m) and two 56-tonne overhead cranes (measuring 7.3m x 5.24m x 3.48m) from Ankara to Iskenderun Payas; as well as handling heavy and oversized cargoes through the port of Samsun for the 890 MW Samsun/Terme Natural Gas Combined Power Plant Project.

With the recent addition of a 500 tonne capacity mobile crane to its fleet, Magdenli is able to provide loading and unloading services at Turkish ports and also offer long term crane rental services to energy, transport and investment projects taking place in Turkey and abroad.

Below are some photographs which illustrate these projects. 

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