September 26 - Oman-based project cargo specialist Muscat International Shipping & Logistics (MIS) has discharged two 106-tonne transformers at Port Sultan Qaboos.
The two transformers were lifted off the vessel and loaded onto trailers for transportation to the consignee's site.MIS has been a member of the Project Cargo Network (PCN) in Oman since June 2014.
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