La Brea Shipyard of T&T Vacancy

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      La Brea Shipyard of T&T Vacancy

      La Brea Shipyard of T&T Vacancy

      La Brea Shipyard of T&T Vacancy

      Shipping Supply & Service 

      HAULAGE TRUCKS FOR SHIPYARD PROJECT


      Contract · $800-$4,000/day
      La Brea, Siparia Road, Siparia, Trinidad And Tobago

      We require a lot of haulage trucks to work either on-site OR transporting materials off-site to the shipyard project site, at La Brea. Trucks need to have a minimum of 14 cubic yard level load capacity, fully licence and insured and in overall good operating condition. Target group range from single driver/owner to small and medium fleet owners.

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