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Monday, January 14, 2013 1/14/2013 6:38:33 PM
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Turkey - ++ Demand ++ -Frozen - 100 M.T. - PANGASIUS FILLETS - Origin (Merchandise): Viet Nam
WE ARE ONE OF THE LEADER COMPANY IN TURKEY.
AND WE NEED FOLLOWING PRODUCT
Skinless - boneless - pbo - chem passed or chem free (inform pls.).
SIZE : 5-8 / 8-16 OZ.
%100 N.W. not include any glazing.
7 kgs x2 or 7 kgs x3 in boxes. (interleaved blocks)
quality : A++ grade.
PLS. SEND PHOTOS OF YOUR PRODUCTS.
DELIVERY : MERSIN PORT - TURKEY.
PAYMENT : IRREVOCABLE AND CONFIRMED L/C TERMS OF 90 DAYS.
PLEASE OFFER US AS SOON AS POSSIBLE ABOUT YOUR STOCKS.
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