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Hummer H2 SUV V-8 Vortec 6000 6.0L
(2007092900003)
Motor:Gasoline 6.0L
Year:2008
Mileage:1
Price:$65000
Hummer H3 SUV V6
(2007092900004)
Motor:Gasoline
Year:2008
Mileage:---
Price:$35000
Range Rover Range Rover Limousine V8
(2008071400206)
Motor:gasoline
Year:2008
Mileage:55
Price:$145,900
Hummer H2 Limousine
(2008071400201)
Motor:gasoline
Year:2008
Mileage:---
Price:$114,900.00
Komatsu PC1800-6 Excavator
(2012100901711)
Motor:Diesel
Year:2007
Mileage:---
Price:$654500.00
Hitachi EH1000 Off road
(2012100901715)
Motor:Diesel
Year:2005
Mileage:---
Price:$401500.00
Hitachi EX700 Excavator
(2012100901716)
Motor:Diesel
Year:*
Mileage:---
Price:$Make an offer
Kobelco SK210LC Excavator
(2012102501738)
Motor:Diesel
Year:2006
Mileage:---
Price:$CNF Asia 58000.00
Krupp KMK5110 truck crane
(2012102501739)
Motor:Diesel
Year:*
Mileage:---
Price:$258500.00
P&H T600XL Truck crane
(2012102501741)
Motor:Diesel
Year:*
Mileage:---
Price:$63000.00
Grove TMS475 crane
(2012102501745)
Motor:Diesel
Year:1984
Mileage:---
Price:$68000.00
Komatsu WA500/600 Whl loader parts pkg
(2012102501746)
Motor:Diesel
Year:*
Mileage:---
Price:$100000.00 OBO
Caterpillar EL200B Excavators
(2012102901747)
Motor:Diesel
Year:1989&1990
Mileage:---
Price:$Both for 40000.00
Caterpillar 140G Motor grader
(2012103101748)
Motor:Diesel
Year:1980
Mileage:---
Price:$CNF Asia 53500.00
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Maersk Line Triple-E.

Maersk Line has just ordered the world’s largest vessel, the Triple-E.

In fact, we have ordered ten — each capable of carrying 18,000 containers — and at a record 400 metres long and 59 metres wide, the Triple-E class will dwarf every other vessel currently on the water and will put Maersk Line at the helm of the world’s largest ships when they start entering service in 2013.

But the Triple-E will not only be the largest, it will also be the most environmentally efficient ship ever to hit the world’s oceans. I believe, it will set a new agenda for economies of scale, energy efficiency and unprecedented environmental performance.

CO2 emissions per container moved will be reduced by an astonishing 50% compared to the industry average on the Asia–Europe trade.

This huge improvement in environmental performance means that Maersk Line’s customers will continue to have access to the most sustainable mode of transportation in the world by far — and that consumers around the world can purchase goods safe in the knowledge that they’re leaving the smallest environmental footprint possible with today’s technology.

At Maersk Line we know that the carbon footprint of transported goods is of ever-increasing concern. With the Triple-E class vessels, we are addressing the expected growth in volume for the Asia–Europe trade over the next five years by offering our customers more capacity but with the lowest possible environmental impact.

The Triple-E class vessels will not only set Maersk Line apart as the leader of container shipping, but will also set the course for a more efficient and sustainable future for the industry.

I invite you to visit www.maerskline.com/triple-e to see the Triple-E and discover the work and innovation behind its groundbreaking desi
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Newsflash

                     Chilean Agriculture and Livestock Dept (SAG)

Please be advised that the Chilean Agriculture and LivestockDepartment (SAG),has detected the insect HALYOMORPHA HALYS in some import shipments.
       As a consequence, the Chilean Government has decreed a phytosanitary emergency provision
requiring that all shipments of second-hand goods coming from the United States, China, Korea,
Japan and Taiwan
must have an original phytosanitary treatment certificate (applied at origin),
which must be presented to an SAG Inspector at the Chilean port of entry.


The certificate must contain the following information:

1. Name of the company that performed the treatment
2. Name and address of the exporting company
3. Date at which the treatment was carried out, with a maximum of 5 days prior to loading.
4. Information of the treated article; type of product and amount/quantity
5. Treatment to which it was subject to, indicating the product applied, dose, minimum
temperature of the process and exposure time


     Any shipment which fails to meet these requirements, or is found to contain pests, may be
rejected by the Chilean authorities and returned to origin at the merchant’s cost and risk.


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