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Selidbe - prevoz kombijem
Serbia

Agencija za prevoz robe Stošić vrši usluge transporta robe i materijala, selidbe firmi, stanova, domova, klavira, sefova, specijalnih tereta. Agencija vrši selidbe na teritoriji Beograda i Srbije. Roba, teret, materijal i stvari se pakuju, vezuju, lepe. Kartonske kutije, kutije za selidbe, transportne kutije, streč folija, lepljive trake, pucketava folija su samo deo asortimana kojim se stvari dodatno mogu osigurati.

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