We are delighted to advise the appointment of Prime Global Logistics as our new member in Australia (Web:
KARL GROSS, Germany and ALLFORT, Japan have successfully concluded a project on behalf of KRONES, one of the leading companies on plastic bottle making machines in the world. The shipment comprised 17 x 40` HC & 3 x 40` FR of new machinery (including one machine over 4m wide & 4m high) from Hamburg to Kobe. The scope of works included pre-road surveys, road permits, Terminal operation (un-crating, loading on trailer) and delivery to final rural destination.
PPG is delighted to advise the appointment of Linuship Transitarios Lda.
PPG major sponsor, Port of Portland, USA, recently discharged 143 tower sections delivered on 3 vessels from BBC and G2.
Vestas is partnering with the Port of Portland to move wind turbine tower sections through Terminal 6. The sections for approximately 50 towers will be used on a wind project in Eastern Oregon. The final sections are also moving through Terminal 6.
Antwerp, the project cargo hub for Europe, was the location of the latest PPG project forwarding education program at the Antwerp Expo Centre in conjunction with the inaugural Antwerp XL Breakbulk Exhibition. Participants came from USA, UK, Netherlands, France and Belgium.
PPG is delighted to advise the appointment of Continental Freight Forwarding
Forty years and several corporate changes have transformed Royal Cargo Inc. into one of the most comprehensive logistics services providers in the Philippines today. Royal Carg is also a founding member of Project Professionals Group.
The Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry has named Almajdouie Logistics the winner of the Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum (MRM) Business Innovation Award for our commitment to ingenuity and continuous improvement. Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum, President of the Dubai Civil Aviation Authority, Chairman of Emirates Group and Chief Executive of the Emirates Group presented the award to our CEO, Baheej Al Biqawi, during a ceremony at Dubai Opera on February 26.
CTO do Brasil Worldwide Logistics has successfully completed the shipment of a CAT Excavator. The self-propelled unit was transported from Portão, RS city to Port of Rio Grande, Brazil and shipped by Ro/Ro vessel to Port of Xingang, China.
Wangfoong Global Logistics have successfully completed a Barge & Tug operation on Christmas Eve. The over-length rails were 28.6m, total 61.8 tonnes.
Wangfoong Global Logistics have successfully completed a rails project via airfreight on New Years Eve. The rails were 21.1m length, total 31.2 tonnes. This urgent delivery was completed within one week from receipt of order and delivered on time and within budget.