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Airland handles chimney shipment

Airland Logistics has handled the delivery of two chimneys, destined for an oil refinery in Iraq, from Esbjerg in Denmark to Hamburg in Germany. 

Measuring 27 m in length, the chimneys were transported by road to Hamburg, where they will be loaded onto a chartered vessel for onward transportation to Iraq. 

Airland Logistics was also responsible for transporting 734 pieces of additional parts. In total, the shipment consisted of 309 cu m of cargo. 

Airland Logistics is a member of the Worldwide Project Consortium (WWPC) in Denmark. 

www.airlandlogistics.com

www.wwpc.eu.com

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