July 27 - Project Cargo & Yacht Transport (PCYT) has transported a fleet of seven Cobus 3000 airport vehicles from Spain to Turkey.
The vehicles, which weighed 11 tonnes each and measured 13.8 m x 3 m x 3.3 m, were shipped via ro-ro vessel from Vigo port to Turkey, for delivery to Istanbul's two airports and Antalya airport.
PCYT is a member of the Project Partners network in Turkey.
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