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Mining move for R&B

March 24 - Croatia's R&B Global Projects has handled the shipment of a series of dismantled dump trucks and spare vehicle bodies for the mining industry from Yokohoma in Japan to Guinea's port of Conakry.

From Hitachinaka, the cargo was transported to the Japanese port of Yokohoma and shipped on a multipurpose heavy lift vessel, with a hold length of over 60 m, to Guinea.

The loading, lashing and sea fastening of the cargo was effected in less than two working shifts, which meant that the vessel was only in port for one day before it left for Africa.

Once in Guinea, the machines will be delivered inland for use in the Lefa Corridor Gold Project.

 

 

See some other photos of this move on R&B's Facebook page.

www.rb-globalprojects.com

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