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The most challenging part of the operation was positioning the barges for loading in Slavonski Brod river port, Croatia.


We [Liburnia and Comark] were long time competitors but came to realise our two companies might have a good synergy.


–Marin Skufca, Liburnia Maritime Agency


port, Croatia, which lies on Sava River. This is very difficult to navigate due to shallow waters. “The first 8,300 cu m


consignment of cargo weighed 3,300 tonnes, with individual pieces of up to 60 tonnes.” The first shipments were


handled in April, with further cargoes to be loaded in June. In a separate project


originating in Rijeka, Croatia, Liburnia loaded nine transformers – the heaviest weighing 210 tonnes – destined for Doha (Qatar) and Jebel Ali (UAE). It also loaded two transformers, which tipped the scales at 138 tonnes each, that were delivered to Baltimore, USA.


Liburnia overcomes shallow waters to deliver boiler parts


Croatia-based Liburnia Maritime Agency has coordinated the delivery of various out-of-gauge (OOG) and oversize components for projects in Europe, the Middle East and North America.


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iburnia negotiated shallow waters and challenging loading conditions in order


to successfully handle a consignment of boiler parts bound for a site close to Istanbul, Turkey. Marin Skufca, ceo of the


company, said: “Liburnia is arranging door-to-door transportation in this project, but the most challenging part was positioning the barges for loading in Slavonski Brod river


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Comark specialises in factory relocation and has its own packaging facilities in Slovenia and Croatia.


Structural changes Structural changes are afoot at the company, Skufca said. Liburnia recently announced that it had purchased 50 percent of the shares in Comark Croatia, formerly one of Liburnia’s competitors. “We were long time competitors but came to realise our two companies might have a good synergy.” Comark specialises in factory


relocation, has its own packaging facilities in Slovenia and Croatia, and focuses on road and rail transport. Liburnia’s known specialty is chartering and brokerage. “Now the group is able to


offer a full solution, carefully controlling all parts of the chain.” Skufca added: “Already in the


first month we have contracted projects where the client was able to see the benefits of our partnership. Comark is presently performing packaging for Siemens, while Liburnia is shipping the cargo to USA.” HLPFI


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