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Kuwait - ++ Demand ++ -28tons M.T. - Ship.(+-) Immediate - Red snapper/BS crabs/ Black pomfrets - Origin (Merchandise): India
We requires the following items.
Destination : Port klang
Red snapper whole 1 kg up
Black pomfrets - 100/200, 200/300, 300/500
Blue swimming crabs - 150 gms up
3 spotted crabs - 150 gms up
Loligo squid 6/10, 10 /20. with 10% glaze 1.8 kgs packing or 3.6 kgs packing
Destination :Tunnisia/ Bandar Abbas/ Vigo
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Grey mullet - cnf. kuwait for Iraq shipment.
wth best regards,
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