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Wangfoong Global Logistics successfully arranged night transportation of an over-weight and over-size rail grinder machine. The operation was completed with convoy operation using hydraulic trailer equipped with adjustable steering system. MTR’s depot has an unloading area... more


 TransProject ISO9001:2008 Certificate.pdf

 AQA International LLC Letter of Confirmation.pdf

TransProject LLC, USA, has successfully achieved Quality Certification to ISO 9001:2008 standard. Susan St. Germain advises that during the audit process, there were no exceptions or non-conformities. The Scope of Certification covers the Management of the Distribution, Handling and Shipping of Project Cargo Worldwide. Within their ISO policy, TransProject are also compliant with 14001 environmental standards. PPG congratulates Susan and her team on this wonderful achievement.


A complete air and sea supply chain solution has been successful in winning the logistics contract for a new million offshore oil drilling campaign in the Sudanese Red Sea. PPG member, Darka Shipping Agencies, a member of the Darka for Trading and Services group of companies based in Port Sudan, secured the contract with Red Sea Petroleum Operating Company (RSPOC) who will be working in Block 15 (Tokar delta) section of the Red Sea. This is the first offshore oil drilling campaign in Sudan. Darka Vice Chairman and Business Development Manager, Mohamed A.M. Osman, said contract negations were highly competitive.



ITP Logistics Middle East magazine has covered an article “ Who hold the power in Middle East Logistics”. In these article they  have  featured 25 names of most influential CEO’s of Logistics. In this list of Middle East Mr. S. I. Mustafa has been ranked as leading in Saudi Arabia and ranked number 11 overall in the region. With the logistics sector increasing its focus on the Saudi Arabian market, it makes sense that Syed Mustafa heads the list of entrants from the Kingdom in this year’s power list.


“Another Major Step towards the Construction of the La Quinta Trade Gateway Facility”


PPG Indian member, Express Transport Pvt. Ltd., were recently awarded a turnkey project by a supplier based in India for a round trip movement to carry out testing of their 195 M/Ton 315 MVA Transformer (8.200 m x 4.050 m x 4.500 ms) from Mumbai port to Antwerp & return. The 195 Tonne Transformer, along with its accessories, was sent to M/s. Kema Nederland B.V., for testing. These tests were recently completed and Express Transport are now planning for the safe return leg from Antwerp to India.



TransProject LLC has this week delivered the first "Santa Sleigh" full of Christmas gifts to the Salvation Army Shelter in Houston. The first delivery comprised 72 stocking stuffed with goodies for the kids and a Wii system and accessories for the shelter day room. The shelter staff were extremely grateful. The shelter director, was unfortunately home sick but her staff called her and she actually drove in to see what we had delivered. She called Susan St. Germain and was actually crying when she thanked her. She told Susan that TransProject saved Christmas for them this year. Now - this was only the first delivery. TransProject will finish shopping this week and will have two more loads to deliver to the Shelter.


Corpus Christi, Texas – Taking the next step in the development of the La Quinta Trade Gateway project, the port commission approved a Professional Services Agreement for engineering designs with Goldston Engineering, a CH2M HILL company, on Tuesday, December 8, 2009. The multi-purpose facility will be designed to handle a wide variety of general cargo including containers, military, wind turbines, steel pipe, and more. Completion of preliminary engineering for full build out and final design for the initial 800' to 1000' dock will provide the necessary information to define costs and determine completion schedules. The goal is to complete the design and be ready to solicit bids for construction of the first dock by the end of 2010. “This is one more step towards realizing one of the most important Port diversification projects. Goldston Engineering is no stranger to the Port, they have worked on many projects with us over the years. We look forward to working with them again” Said John LaRue, Executive Director.

CBU3 PPG Singapore, WPC Marine And Offshore Services, has successfully concluded the shipment of a huge CBU (Continous Barge Unloader) to Indonesia. The CBU weighed in at 600 tonnes and was the the first ever assembled in Indonesia and the biggest Coal loading conveyor to be install in Indonesia.WPCMOS was engaged by a leading Asia Coal Supplier to assemble, transport and install the massive CBU unit to Bontang, Kalimantan, Indonesia. WPCMOS also organised the transportation of fabricated steel structures from China and major electrical component from Germany to our Batam yard for assembly. It was carefully rolled off on to a specially design 280ft ballastable work barge and after 6 months of assembly was towed by a 4000BHP Anchor Handling Tug to Bontang, Indonesia. This CBU is first unit ever assembled and installed in Indonesia.