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Ro-Ro ship RUZGAR to by-pass Syria to reach Egypt and Saudi Arabia
Ro-Ro ship RUZGAR to by-pass Syria to reach Egypt and Saudi Arabia

As there are known problems in Syria crossing, the new sea line between Iskenderun(Turkey)-Egypt and Saudi Arabia will give a new relief to Turkish and regional exporters-importers.Tuesday, 23.Oct.2012, 18:44 (GMT)

RO-RO LINE BEGINS FROM ISKENDERUN TO EGYPT AND SAUDI ARABIA

Makrani SALEM AL CARGO CO., LTD, a company that was founded In 2003, at the city of Dubai, United Arab Emirates, and is currently set up as a shipping agent at the port of Al Hamriyya and active in areas of  ship owners, ship operators, shipping broker and shipping agent, continues to operate as the  new investments in Iskenderun-Egypt-Saudi Arabia regular service route  with Ro Ro vessl Ruzgar and the voyages set to begin on  28th October 2012.

RO-PAX vessel RUZGAR, with a capacity of 125 trucks which will begin voyages on 28th of October, will be followed by Ro-Pax vessel AQUA HERCULES. AQUA HERCULES will have a capacity of 190 trucks. As there are known problems in Syria crossing, the new sea line between Iskenderun(Turkey)-Egypt and Saudi Arabia will give a new relief to Turkish and regional exporters-importers.


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