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A comprehensive new network of offices and door-to-door services for key markets in Central Asia has been announced by Allseas Global Logistics.
In a very significant expansion for the UK-based project forwarding, freight and logistics specialist, the network will include new, fully staffed offices in Georgia, Azerbaijan and Turkey, a joint venture in Pakistan, a partnership agreement in Kuwait and Iraq and the continued expansion of Allseas’ highly successful Dubai office.
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