Unimasters Ships Constanta Breakbulk

Cargo forwarder Unimasters Logistics has delivered a shipment of breakbulk cargo from Drobeta-Turnu Severin on the Romanian Danube to the coastal Port of Constanta.

The consignment consisted of two over-dimensional units each measuring 15.8 meters long, 7.1 meters widte and 6.8 meters high. The combined length of the packed units reached 172 meters and required careful preplanning by the project team from Unimasters.

The cargo was transported by barge from Drobeta-Turnu Severin and transloaded upon arrival in Constanta. The project team from Unimasters handled loading operations at quayside for further ocean carriage to North Europe.

Unimasters provides breakbulk services throughout eastern Europe and operates 15 offices in Bulgaria, Romania and Hungary. The company is a member of the breakbulk operator network XL Projects, which connects heavy-transport providers worldwide.

Photo: The cargo during loading. Credit: XLP

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