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Transformers on the double to Ghana

February 28 - Project Cargo & Yacht Transport has handled the shipment of two transformers and associated equipment from Izmir Port, Turkey to Tema Port, Ghana.

The total shipment consisted of 296 pieces, including the two transformers, which measured 11.25 m x 3.95 m x 4.46 m, and weighed 166 tons (150.5 tonnes) each. The other 294 pieces of equipment had a combined weight of 267.23 tons (242.4 tonnes) and a volume of 650 cu m. 

The shipment was executed in cooperation with Arise International, a member of the Gross Fuchs Group in South Korea.

Project Cargo & Yacht Transport is a Turkey-based member of the Project Partners network.

 

www.project-yacht.com

www.p-p-network.com

www.ariseintl.co.kr

www.gross-fuchs.com

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