MACKENZIE- TRANSOCEANIC LIMITED MOMBASA OIL AND GAS

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MACKENZIE- TRANSOCEANIC LIMITED
MOMBASA OIL AND GAS SUPPLY BASE
Company Profile
Orchid Bay, 5th Floor, Nyali Bridge, P.O. Box 94086 – 80107, Mombasa Kenya. Tel: +254 20 251 8768; 0738 999 105
Email: info@mackenzie-transoceanic.com, Website: www.mackenzie-transoceanic.com
TABLE OF CONTENTS
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Introduction
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Vision and Mission Statements
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Executive Team
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MTL Policies
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Yards and Facilities
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Machineries and Equipment
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Partners Detailed Roles
INTRODUCTION
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Mackenzie-Transoceanic Maritime Offshore Marine Oil and Gas Supply Base is located in Mombasa Port on
GBHL-BERTHS-3 & 4.
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Our geographic, cultural, and institutional proximity provides us with special access, closer relationships, better
information, powerful incentives, and other advantages that are difficult to get from a distance.
In line with our mission statement, MTL is committed to safety and quality assurance. Our policies and procedures
have been vetted against the most stringent requirements in the oil and gas industry and the company is a full
IMCA member. This commitment to safety and quality, combined with local country knowledge and associated
logistics ability, enables us to offer world class services.
MTL maintains an extensive database of over 250 personnel that includes qualified offshore engineers. On and
around our base, a multitude of service companies are established, making the base into industrial clusters. We
enjoy the benefit of close proximity to the Mombasa harbor, a logistic Centre and a multitude of shore base.
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WELL TRAINED AND READY :MTL's Oil & Gas Division offers the following services:
• Subsea engineering
• Integrated inspection and repair services
• Project management
• Personnel supply
• Logistics
• Equipment supply
VISION & MISSION STATEMENTS
 Vision Statement:
To be recognized as Africa region’s most successful provider of Oil & Gas
services.
 Mission Statement:
Mackenzie- Transoceanic Ltd is dedicated to providing an unrivalled set of
Global Oil & Gas supply chain capabilities by building a culture committed to
Integrity and trust, Team Work, Safety.
EXECUTIVE TEAM
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Arval Headrick, Chairman & Chief Operating Officer – 41 Years in International Logistics, including serving the
world’s most prominent engineering, civil construction, petrochemical and oil & gas companies.
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Solomon Ondego, Director – Has extensive experience in serving a prominent group of companies as a Projects
Director focused on developing business that serve as logistics providers, port handling terminals and Gas Power
Plants..
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Mustakim Shivji, Operations Director – Operations – Has 25 years’ experience in the logistics and maritime field
serving in companies focused on Ships Agencies, General Bulk Logistics and Transport Division.
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Leonard Headrick, Director & Global Marketing Director – 17 Years in International Logistics, including serving
the world’s most prominent engineering, power, civil construction, petrochemical and oil & gas companies.
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Hector Martinez, Operations – 33 Years in International logistics
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Nicodemus Ndeti – Global Marketing - with 10 years experience Logistics Operations in Africa including Project
Planning and start-up operations in Contingency Operations, Camp Management/Base Support, and Logistics
Operations and 3 years experience in the Middle East- Afghanistan, Iraq, Kuwait (Supply Chain through delivery to
end user).
HEALTH, SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY STATEMENT
QUALITY ASSURANCE POLICY
Mackenzie-Transoceanic Limited (MTL) embraces its responsibility to operate in a
manner that protects the environment, and human health and safety in order to
support the company’s long term growth and reputation as a responsible corporate
citizen.
All Mackenzie-Transoceanic Limited employees are responsible for the quality of
the service/product that we offer. Whether an office is ISO certified or not, it is still
a participant in the Quality Program and employees are required to produce and
execute Corrective Actions and Preventative Actions when necessary.
As a result, MTL is committed to implementing an EHS policy that will govern the
organization thereby maintaining an incident free environment by:Eliminating all work related incidents
Having a system in place for measuring & monitoring EHS performance
Having an effective emergency preparedness and response program to mitigate
incidents when they occur
Observe all EHS laws and regulations provided in the occupational safety and
Health Act
MTL shall ensure that all employees, contractors and other facility users assume
defined responsibilities in matters of health, safety and environment in conformity
with this policy.
Provide an effective means in the transportation of client cargo or that is adequate
for its intended use and that such means covers health and is safe to operate with
due regard to the needs of safety minimizing risks to health.
MTL Management is responsible for implementing this policy, allocating adequate
resources, and developing appropriate EHS programs.
The company with this policy will be reviewed annually and updated as needed.
Leonard Headrick
Board of Directors
All new contracts are analyzed by project managers and the Quality Department to
identify any specific quality requirements. If these requirements are already
satisfied and taken into account by existing procedures, contracts are managed in
accordance with the current system. If new requirements are identified, a Quality
Plan is established and submitted to Clients for approval. The Quality Plan can alter
the existing system at all levels:
Quality manual; overall quality management principles and practices
Procedures: specific processes according to Client requirements
Skills tables: in addition to procedures, identifying precise roles and responsibilities
Detailed instructions: in cases where the complexity of operations requires detailed
work instructions
- Forms and quality records
- Client reporting
- Job descriptions
- Organization charts
Within our Quality System we have implemented a process of collecting,
investigating, determining root causes to problems, implementing corrective
actions and preventive measures to ensure that any process failures do not reoccur.
We ensure that the corrective and preventative measures, which have been taken,
are sufficient, and will ensure that the process failure does not occur again.
Leonard Headrick
Board of Directors
FOREGN CORRUPT PRACTICES ACT
FIRE POLICY STATEMENT
Mackenzie-Transoceanic Limited will conduct its business honestly and ethically
wherever we operate in the world. We will constantly improve the quality of our
services, products and operations and will create a reputation for honesty, fairness,
respect, responsibility, integrity, trust and sound business judgment. No illegal or
unethical conduct on the part of officers, directors, employees or affiliates is in the
company’s best interest. Mackenzie-Transoceanic Maritime will not compromise its
principles for short-term advantage. The ethical performance of this company is the
sum of the ethics of the men and women who work here. Thus, we are all expected
to adhere to high standards of personal integrity.
Mackenzie- Transoceanic Limited shall ensure as far as is reasonably practicable,
that the risk(s) from fire will be managed in compliance with applicable relevant
regulations and legislation.
Misuse of material inside information in connection with trading in the company’s
securities can expose an individual to civil liability and judicial punishment.
Directors, officers, and employees in possession of material information not
available to the public are “insiders.” Spouses, friends, suppliers, brokers, and
others outside the company who may have acquired the information directly or
indirectly from a director, officer or employee are also “insiders.” The Judicial law
prohibits insiders from trading in, or recommending the sale or purchase of, the
company’s securities, while such inside information is regarded as “material”, or if
it is important enough to influence you or any other person in the purchase or sale
of securities of any company with which we do business, which could be affected
by the inside information. The following guidelines should be followed in dealing
with inside information:
The management of fire hazards will be undertaken in such a way as to prevent
injury or fire risks to employees, visitors, contractors and others who may be
affected by the activities of the business.
In our endeavor to comply with this policy, we shall: Effectively Liaise with the local fire authority where appropriate
Undertake suitable and efficient fire safety audits
Identify and implement reasonably practicable control measures to control the risks
from fire.
Conduct regular fire evacuation drills and test emergency equipment; to conduct
regular fire safety training
Mackenzie-Transoceanic Limited will also ensure that the appropriate policies and
procedures are established, documented, implemented and maintained as well as
reviewed from time to time.
The company will ensure that the action plans, fire precautions and evacuation
procedures are in place and employees made to understand their importance in
participation in the fire safety management processes in view to control the fire
hazards.
• Until the material information has been publicly released by the company, an
employee must not disclose it to anyone except those within the company whose
positions require use of the information.
• Employees must not buy or sell the company’s securities when they have
knowledge of material information concerning the company until it has been
disclosed to the public and the public has had sufficient time to absorb the
information.
Employees shall not buy or sell securities of another corporation, the value of which
is likely to be affected by an action by the company of which the employee is aware
and which has not been publicly disclosed.
Leonard Headrick
Board of Directors
Leonard Headrick
Board of Directors
DRUGS, ALCOHOL & FIRE ARMS POLICY
HIV/AIDS POLICY STATEMENT
The management of Mackenzie-Transoceanic Limited, recognizes the HIV/AIDS
endangers our success by threatening the wellbeing of our employees. In an effort
to deal with the issue proactively, MTL is committed to assisting our employees
infected with or affected by HIV/AIDS by adhering to the following principles.
MTL shall neither carry out direct or indirect screening for HIV/AIDS at any Preemployment assessment.
In line with the human resource policies of MTL, employees shall not be
discriminated against on the basis of their assumed or unknown HIV/AIDS status
MTL employees and contractors will be provided with appropriate HIV/AIDS
prevention and awareness training in accordance with the recommendation
concerning HIV and AIDS and the word of work, 2010 (no. 200) and the National
Code of practice on HIV and AIDS at the workplace.
Voluntary tests are encouraged and remain strictly confidential. Counseling services
shall be made available to all staff, if need be.
MTL shall take all due precautions to ensure that staff, contractors and customers
are not exposed to HIV/AIDS infection.
MTL shall endeavor to provide any employee suffering from HIV/AIDS related illness
with appropriate treatment and care in line with the Company’s medical Policy.
Through this approach, we hope to influence attitudes, change behaviors and make
a difference in fighting this epidemic.
Leonard Headrick
Board of Directors
“It is the policy of the Mackenzie-Transoceanic Ltd. to maintain a work place that
is free from the effects of drug and alcohol abuse.”
1) Employees are prohibited from the use, sale, dispensing, distribution, possession,
or manufacture of illegal drugs and narcotics or alcoholic beverages on MackenzieTransoceanic Ltd. premises or work sites. Employees are also prohibited from the
possession, use or sale of illegal drugs when such activities adversely affect job
performance, job safety, or Mackenzie-Transoceanic Ltd.’s reputation in the
community. In addition, employees are prohibited from the off- premises use of
alcohol when such activities adversely affect job performance and/or job safety.
2) Mackenzie-Transoceanic Ltd. will not hire, unless state or local law provides
otherwise, alcoholics or drug abusers whose current use of such substances
prevents them from performing their jobs or who would constitute a direct threat
to the property or safety of others. Whenever applicants for employment are to be
tested for the presence of such substances, they are to be informed of the test in
advance and in writing.
3) Employees will be subject to disciplinary action, up to and including termination,
for violations of this policy. Such violations include, but are not limited to,
possessing illegal or non-prescribed drugs and narcotics or alcoholic beverages at
work; being under the influence of such substances while working; using them
while working; or dispensing, distributing, or illegally manufacturing or selling them
on Mackenzie-Transoceanic Ltd. premises and work sites. Employees, their
possessions, and Transoceanic Projects Development Co., Inc.-issued equipment
and containers under their control are subject to search and surveillance at all
times while on Mackenzie-Transoceanic Ltd. premises or while conducting
Mackenzie-Transoceanic Ltd. business.
4) Employees may be required to take a test at any time to determine the presence
of drugs, narcotics, or alcohol, unless law prohibits such tests. Testing positive for
illegal drugs or alcohol is a violation of the policy.
Leonard Headrick
Board of Directors
YARDS & FACILITIES
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YARDS & FACILITIES
Container Freight Station (CFS)
Largest CFS in Mombasa, Kenya
Key features:
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3 000 TEUs Storage capacity
Handles Import and export transit containers
Refrigerated container storage
Warehousing for Stuffing / un-stuffing
Container storage
Handling of vehicles, project cargo and general cargo
Local and Transit clearance
Direct Rail Link
Throughput capacity of 120 000 TEUs per annum
Located in Mombasa, gateway to Eastern Africa
Operated since December 2012
APM Terminal are our Managing partners
APM Terminals is a leading global terminal operator with
63 operating ports and 160 inland container depots.
YARDS & FACILITIES
Pipe Storage Yard
MTL has yards strategically located around the Port area,
namely:
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Golden Industrial Park Ltd (GIP)
Port to Yard – 0.2KM
Road Size - 8M
Yard Area - 305,000 SQFT
Warehouse - 32,000SQFT (No Pillars, 1 spanned roof)
Perimeter - 4M Stone Boundary Wall
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Caspian ventures Ltd
Port to Yard - 1.5KM
Road Size - 8M
Yard Area - 105,000 SQFT
Perimeter - 4M Stone Boundary Wall
Garage - Workshop for Trucks
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MBTL
Port to Yard- 3.5KM
Road Size - 8M
Yard Area -96,000 SQFT
Warehouse - 45,000SQFT (Divided into 4)
Garage - Workshop for Trucks
MACHINERIES AND EQUIPMENT
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50 Trucks (FAW & Benz)
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35 Trailers
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20 ISO Tanks
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15 Forklifts each with a lifting capacity of 2-5mt
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10 Long Reach Stackers
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20 6x4 Renault Trucks
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20 40ft Side-high side body trailers
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Escort Vehicles
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XCMG Mobile crane
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2 Forklifts each with a lifting capacity of 3mt
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20 Tipping trailers
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20 6x4 Renault Trucks
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20 40ft Side-high side body trailers
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20 Mercedes Axor trucks
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Escort Vehicles
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Liebherr Crane
PARTNERS DETAILED ROLES
Transoceanic Projects & Development, Ltd.
TPDK: Project Management Roles
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International project logistics & management services
Logistics services for relief organizations
Marine agency services in support of off--‐shore industry
Feasibility and engineering studies for heavy, over--‐dimensional transport
Export Packing & Consolidation / Inventory Management
Route surveys and direct negotiation with local authorities
Specialized transportation of heavy lift, over--‐dimensional cargo
Vessel chartering
Aircraft chartering
Global airfreight consolidation
Global sea freight consolidation
Multimodal transportation
Documentation services
Stowage and securing planning
Export and Import customs clearance
Risk assessment and mitigation planning
Project method statements
Health, Safety, Environment & Quality Planning(HSEQ)
N.V.O.C.C. Services (AKL Shipping)
Customs Consultancy
PARTNERS DETAILED ROLES
Mackenzie-Maritime
Mackenzie-Maritime: Roles
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Local Shunting
Container Freight Station Facility (CFS),
Feasibility and engineering studies for heavy,
over--‐dimensional transport
Hiring of Mobile Cranes and Lifting Equipment
Transportation of Cargo
Project Forwarding & Heavy Lift
Clearing and Forwarding.
Project Cargo Expertise
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Route Surveys
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Out of gauge handling and transportation
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In-field logistics
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Hot shot airfreight
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End to end logistics
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Offshore support & supply
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Pipe yards and laydown facilities
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Warehousing and storage
PARTNERS DETAILED ROLES
Basin Supply Services
Basin Supply Services: Integrated Oil Field Equipment
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Supply of Oil Drilling Equipment ( Capital Equipment)
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Equipment Maintenance, Repair and Operation,
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Hiring of Mobile Cranes and Lifting Equipment
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Transportation of Cargo
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Project Forwarding & Heavy Lift
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Clearing and Forwarding.
Supply of Parts
 Drill Bits,
 Pressure Control
 Safety Equipment
 Pressure gauges
 Hand Tools, Hose and Fittings
 Valves
 Various types of Pumps
 Warehousing and storage
PARTNERS DETAILED ROLES
Vessel Onshore & Offshore Management (VOM)
Vessel Onshore & Offshore Management (VOM): Security
Services
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Coordination and Management of supply vessels serving offshore
installations, e.g. Use of MV-The Judge & MV-Ngati Haki-Vessels.
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Marine Logistics and Marine Operations, Planning, identifying vessels and
/or cargo space requirements,
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Coordination and Management of Vessels for various marine projects,
Rig moves, Specialized transportation, badge handling, and Towing.
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Provision of vessels for offshore supply and cargo transportation,
dedicated vessels, standby rescue, oil recovery and Fire-fighting Services.
PARTNERS DETAILED ROLES
Subtech Group
Subtech Group: Inshore Diving Services
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Underwater Constructions and Repairs
Pipe Installation, Inspection and Maintenance
Underwater Demolition
Underwater Cutting and Welding
Inspections and Surveys
Marine Support
Underwater Concreting
Sealing and Blanking
General Marine maintenance & cleaning
VP propeller blade changes
Proper cropping
PARTNERS DETAILED ROLES
Terra Firma
Terra Firma: Infrastructure & Facilities Management
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To offer high quality-facilities management services to
Mombasa Offshore Oil & Gas supply base
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Project inception, Project Design, Project Production,
Procurement and Building Completion.
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Management of the facility; Structural Engineering design,
Installation drawings and facility expansions and
Construction.
PARTNERS DETAILED ROLES
Interwaste Holdings Limited
Interwaste Holdings Limited : Intergrated,
International Waste Management Services
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Optimum waste storage and collection methods,
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Use of the correct container sizes, services frequency and
collection vehicles e.g Front End Vehicles, Rear End
Vehicles…All capable of compacting the waste on-board.
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Use of on-site Compactors to reduce the volume of those
waste materials, resulting in substantial savings.
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Use of specialized holding tanks for toxic hydro-carbonwaste especially on on-board shipping vessels where
efficient methodology of waste handling is utilized at all
times.
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Use of modern plant & Equipment, depots and facilities,
management, manpower and operational systems shall be
deployed to ensure high level of efficiency and service in
waste collection.
PARTNERS DETAILED ROLES
Transcrane Logistics
Transcrane Logistics: Plant Equipment Services
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Maintenance of heavy equipment e.g. 20-200 Ton
Telescopic cranes, Backhoe Loaders, Loaders, 3 to 16 Ton –
forklifts, 12/14m3 Tippers
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Transcrane Logistics will form part of this project by
supplying telescopic cranes for the construction of the site
and handling of Heavy Equipment.
Transportation of:
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General cargo
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Outsized Transportation, abnormal loads
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over-sized cargo up-to 19 Meters
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Pipes for the Gas and Petroleum Industry
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Handling of Containers & side-loaders
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Equipment: Low beds with up to 100 Ton Capacity
Orchid Bay, 5th Floor, Nyali Bridge ; P.O.Box 94086 – 80107, Mombasa Kenya.
Tel: +254 20 251 8768; 0738 999 105; 0739 999 899; 0707 897 877
E-mail: info@mackenzie-transoceanic.com Website: www.mackenzie-transoceanic.com

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