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Tug Books available again


published on 8 January 2021 395

All three books, formerly published at ABR Company can be ordered now at www.www.stc-publishing.nl/wp/en/

The ABR Company was the organizer of the yearly tug conferences and publisher of the magazine Tug&OSV and of the tug books ` Tug Use in Port’, ‘Bow Tug Operations ’ and `Tug Stability’.

The publishing house offers a special restarting offer with a 20 % discount till 1 April 2021: All three books in one order for EUR 80. For more information please see below PDF.
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