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StederDelta delivers to the Caspian

April 29 - StederDelta Group SRL has transported 1,000 cu m of machinery for the oil and gas industry from Romania to Turkmenistan's Turkmenbashi port.

The consignment included four large cases, which weighed 50 tonnes each and had the dimensions 5.2 m x 3.77 m x 4.13 m.

StederDelta was responsible for the port handling, port agency and chartering of a sea/river coaster vessel able to traverse the Volga River system.

"One of the main focuses of StederDelta Group is handling the export and transhipment cargoes from the Black Sea and Mediterranean to the Caspian Sea," said Rory Lems, director of StederDelta.

StederDelta Group is a member of the Project Cargo Network (PCN) for Romania.

 

 

www.stederdelta-group.com

www.projectcargonetwork.com

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