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Australian researchers from ANSTO /Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation have received ice cores from Greenland
The ice cores are being drilled in Greenland in 2013. Now, they are part of researching in Australia.
The ice was stored in New York and was transported to Curtin University in Sydney.
Curtin University is one of the Australian universitites that ANSTO has a partnership with. The transport assignment was handled in cooperation between Blue Water's offices in Miami and Sydney.
The special import permit from the Australian government was obtained and the ice cores were delivered on time without any problems. The ice will now be used in the research of climate changes. After delivery, the receiving party thanked all the employees involved for their effort and for their way of handling the shipment.
Based on the excellent service, Blue Water has now been entrusted with yet another assignment; shipment of ice cores from Denver, USA to Le Havre in France.