Kom took Twin Ports wheat to Tunisia

Two on-shore cranes are scooping the wheat from the cargo holds of the Kom and depositing each load into a giant funnel which in turn pours the wheat into trucks moved in just below the funnels.  We can see two trucks being loaded simultaneously. Click on the map from Google Earth below to see a larger version. Tunisia is located on the northern tip of Africa; I think they also discharged some cargo in Italy. They started their trip to Duluth from Spain, at left on the map.
I have published the Duluth Shipping News for 20 years and until today, have never had pictures taken of cargo loaded in Duluth being discharged in a land far far away . Today, that all changes, courtesy of Captain Mariyan Yotov, who brought the Bulgarian built, owned, operated and crewed salt water vessel Kom to town on April 13, 2015.  They loaded  wheat at CHS 1 in Superior. About a month later, they were in Sfax, Tunisia discharging the wheat. Captain Yotov sent us the pictures below showing their work.
 
Two on-shore cranes are scooping the wheat from the cargo holds of the Kom and depositing each load into a giant funnel which in turn pours the wheat into trucks moved in just below the funnels.  We can see two trucks being loaded simultaneously.
Click on the map from Google Earth below to see a larger version. Tunisia is located on the northern tip of Africa; I think they also discharged some cargo in Italy. They started their trip to Duluth from Spain, at left on the map.
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