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Thursday, March 16, 2017 3/16/2017 12:45:49 PM
Detailed Selling Lead Description
Russian Federation - ++ Demand ++ -Frozen - Blue shark, mahi mahi, swordfish
Following is demanded:
Blue shark HGT
belly off, skin on and/or skin off
10 kgs up maximum 25 kgs
Mahi mahi Whole round and/or Gutted
Land frozen and/or Sea frozen
Any Origin accepted
Size major 2kg Up
Payment : LC at Sight only
Note: buyer prefer ready stock
Sword Fish HGT
25 kg up preferable
15kg up also can be also considered
ICCAT & CATCH CERTIFICATE must
Payment by 100 % LC at sight from UAE
Brokerage commission shall be paid by seller once contract made and
If can supply please advise/offer with product detailes and photos.
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