ALLFORT Co., PPG member for Japan, have successfully concluded the shipment of a heavy railroad “Multiple Tie Tamper” vehicle (179 M3 / 55 tonnes). The vehicle is named “Profile ballast Machine Plasser & Theurer” and was barged alongside B.B. vessel’s berth at Yokohama port for loading and delivery to final destination of Port Kelang, Malaysia. The departure date was 26 Dec, 2016 from Yokohama, with cargo arriving Port Kelang Port 17 Jan, 2017 via Singapore port safely, on time and on budget

A Pinpoint delivery within the required deadline of 4 engines (each 146 tonnes) and components from Mokpo up to DAP Kawasaki Heavy Ind., in Sakaide, Japan, has been successfully completed. The project was successfully concluded by Shin Jo Lojitech (SJL) who also managed the schedule of a full charter vessel to meet strict discharge dates at KHI without any detention and/or demurrage at both ends. Additionally, SJL also arranged for a shore crane for loading and lashing on the vessel at Mokpo port.

On 17th November 2016, Almajdouie Logistics Company (MLC) planned, executed and managed the complex move of a retired MD90 aircraft from Jeddah International Airport to Riyadh.


In collaboration with the Saudi Arabia Airlines, MLC technicians and engineers; specialising in the field of heavy transport, designed the transportation plan for its final destination at the Saudi Special Forces Training Centre.


Monday 21st November, 2016 - PPG has successfully completed its seventh annual surveillance audit of its international quality management standard. The audit was conducted by SAI Global and zero non-conformances were identified. With this audit and the ISO 9001:2008 certification is continued for another three years under PPG's reviewed tri-annual audit scheme. PPG is now in the process of updating to the new ISO 9001:2015 Quality Management System Requirements.

PPG finalist in the Australian Shipping & Maritime Industry Awards in the category “Maritime Services Award.

November 16, 2016 | Dockside Cockle Bay Wharf, Darling Harbour, Sydney

Global Freight Solutions, PPG member in Sweden,  have successful moved 9 large wind turbines totaling 6,800 tons and 39,000 cbm from the north Swedish port Skelleftehamn to the greatest windmill park in the mountain area in Sweden called Storblaiken, a distance one way of 240 km. The blades had a length of 54 meters and the heaviest pieces had a gross weight of 70 tons.Components included Towers, Nacelles, Rotor blades, Hubs and Transformers. 

PPG has been named as finalist for the Lloyds 21st Annual Australian Shipping & Maritime Industry Awards  under the “Maritime Services” category.


This award recognises exceptional achievement or contribution to any service sector of the Australian maritime industry by a company, individual or organisation. Open to agents, brokers, classification societies, legal practitioners, finance providers, telecommunications or IT suppliers, security services, TRAINING & EDUCATION companies or institutions.


BNC Publishing has published Top 20 Powerlist in the Middle East, in which Mr. Baheej Biqawi, CEO was ranked 4th. MLC was among the list of companies, which have demonstrated extraordinary expertise and talent in the Logistics Industry. This is the ranking of the region’s most influential executives from the logistics sector, which included the industry’s most prominent figureheads. The shortlisted companies play an important role in the success and growth of Logistics activities throughout the Middle East.


The PPG project forwarding education program has once again been nominated for Lloyds List “Maritime Services Award” for exceptional achievement or contribution to the Australian maritime industry.


Head trainer and PPG Founder/CEO, Kevin Stephens, advises "the course has attracted over 500 participants from 55 countries over the past 7 years and is held exclusively with all Breakbulk Conferences and Exhibitions globally".

Huge Transformer Transported by Wangfoong (Pic 1) - Wangfoong Transportation has successfully delivered of 2 sets of oil water cooling auto transformers (main-body weight 168 tons each) and ancilliary equipment from Shanghai to Hong Kong.  Wangfoong went to great lengths to coordinate the delivery, prepare a detailed statement of work as well as a risk assessment. Wangfoong provided barges to receive cargo from inbound mother vessel and discharge the transformers and accessories to trailers at the project site via a heavy-lift floating crane.