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TransProject, PPG member for USA, successfully arrange ship (BBC Everest) to barge of a 604,000 lb Splitter discharge for delivery to Refinery. Excellent work by Susan St Germaine and her team at TransProject!

Darka Group of Companies have successfully concluded UN transportation operations in Sudan. 

Heavy cargo transportation specialists, Project Professionals Group, has announced that Port Corpus Christi, USA, is the second major sponsor of its 10th anniversary annual conference in Melbourne next year.

The conference will be held in Australia for the first time from 6-8 September, 2017, at The Langham Hotel in the heart of Melbourne’s renowned Southbank Promenade entertainment precinct.

John LaRue, Executive Director for the Port of Corpus Christi, being interviewed by Taylor Riggs at Bloomberg Radio

PPG is delighted to announce BBC Chartering Australia as a major sponsor for our 10th annual conference to be held at The Langham Hotel in Melbourne 6-8 September, 2017.
 

Almajdouie Logistics took home two awards at the Supply Chain & Transport Awards (SCATA).

 

Almajdouie Logistics Company (MLC) won the 2016 ‘Logistics Project of the Year’ award for overcoming challenges in moving oversized break-bulk cargo for the development of Jazan Economic City. The award honoured MLC’s continuous investments in overland transportation and in preparing staff for the future.  MLC raised the benchmark for excellence by using Oracle Transportation Management (OTM), a niche solution under the Oracle Value Chain Execution umbrella. 

 

PPG has further expanded its membership base with the recent appointment of CIM Shipping Inc. in Pakistan; Shermans Logistics (Pvt) Ltd. In Sri Lanka; and Mexx Global Logistics (Bahrain) in Bahrain.

Vantage Logistics Corp. has successfully delivered 8 huge beer tanks from Da Nang port to jobsite in Quang Nam (distance: 45 km). Dimensions 19.00mL x 6.200mW x 6.200mH x 26 tons. Due to their size, night time transportation only was negotiated and licenses were also received to  move many electrical wires and cut tree branches en route.

 

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