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Master & Tarros assets

One of Master’s points of strength is the possibility of creating synergies with the other Companies in the frame of Tarros Group.
 
TERMINAL DEL GOLFO 
MASTER has the opportunity of operating its vessels at Terminal del Golfo in La Spezia (in the Tyrrhenian side of Northern Italy): it’s Tarros Group “home port”, a 75.000 sq m private multipurpose terminal fully equipped to handle both containers and general/project/break bulk cargo and directly linked to Italian and European railways network.  Quays are longer than 350 m., and it is  equipped with 2 mobile cranes (up to 120 tons) and a gantry crane carrying up to 42 tons. For more info: www.terminaldelgolfo.com
 
SERNAVLOG 
Is the newly-built warehouse located in the logistic site of Santo Stefano Magra, only 6 km far from La Spezia port. Offers a wide range of logistic services including warehousing, distribution, consolidation and de-consolidation of cargoes. It includes sq m 7.000 of covered plus 10.000 sq m of open areas, and a Customs bonded warehouse. Fully fenced facility, Sernavlog has an appropriate alarm and security system.
 
TARROS
MASTER can count on all Tarros facilities, structures and assets, i.e. 
- offering to Clients the possibility of loading containerised cargoes on MASTER’s conventional vessels, thus redelivering them at destination as Line’s equipment. - providing all kind of CSC and Rina certificated containers (20'/40' boxes, open top, flat ) to be employed as "shipper’s own".
- assisting Clients for the road transport of their cargoes, through the Tarros “sister” company Carbox for containerised cargo, or other Companies for special, project and all non-containerizable goods. 
 

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