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Natco delivers from Durban

South Africa’s Natco Logistics has transported six out-of-gauge (OOG) units from Durban Harbour to an inland destination located approximately 650 km from the port.

The two heaviest units weighed 19 tonnes, while the remaining cargoes weighed between 3.2 tonnes and 4.7 tonnes and measured up to 5.6 m-long. 

According to the Project Cargo Network (PCN), of which Natco Logistics is a member, the shipment was delivered for Heineken.

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