January 27 - Holleman Transport D.o.o., the Serbian member of the Worldwide Project Consortium (WWPC), has arranged the transport of several heavy components destined for a refinery in Pan
Complex and demanding transportation was required for components with widths of 7 m and weights of 90 tonnes being shipped to Serbia from Romania by Holleman. The picture below shows one of the shipments on route.
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