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BUSINESSNEWS ROUND-UP more news at www.heavyliftpfi.com


ESTA presents 2019 awards to members T


he ESTA Awards of Excellence 2019 had another successful


evening recognising its members that have excelled in their fields of operation. The event, organised by


ESTA and International Cranes and Specialized Transport magazine, was held in Munich, Germany, during April. Winners included Sarens,


Fagioli, Spierings Mobile Cranes, Wagenborg Nedlift, Mammoet Europe, Heavy Load Service (HLS) and Liebherr. Liebherr won the safety


award for its single-line guiding system (SLGS) equipped to the LR 1750/2 and LG 1750 lattice


boom cranes. The system makes wind turbine blade installation safer and more economical. The association has also


welcomed Turkish transport association AKT as a member, along with Switzerland-based Combe Driver Services as an ESTA supporter.


Expanding IFLN focuses on the future


IFLN welcomed more than 300 attendees at its 26th worldwide membership conference in Vienna, Austria. Attendees, representing


both the IFLN Network and its specialist IFLN Global Projects Network, heard the group’s


president Michel Vanlerberghe emphasise the importance of partnership, integration and specialisation to the group’s ongoing success. IFLN Global Projects network


will continue to expand alongside IFLN Network,


enabling its specialised project forwarding members to work closely together to pursue global turnkey projects. The former now has twice as


many members as it did at last year’s annual conference in Montreal, Canada.


OceanX expands international membership


Ambercor Shipping has joined the OceanX network as a


member in Canada and the USA. KMA Uruguay and SMI Paraguay,


part of the KMA Group, have also joined the network.


DEALING WITH THE IMPOSSIBLE PROJECT PARTNERS – YOUR HEAVYLIFT NETWORK


NEWS in BRIEF


Network additions BLS Business Logistics & Services has joined Project Partners in Mozambique.


TheProject Professionals Group (PPG) has welcomed Energy Logistics as a representative in Indonesia and Continental Freight Forwarding as a member in Morocco.


The Worldwide Project Consortium (WWPC) has added Premier Global Logistics as a member in India.


Several new companies have joined the Project Cargo Network (PCN), including: Reylon Shipping, EXG Project Logistics, Expert Projects & Logistics, Siatilogistics, Natco International Transports and UF Logistics.


The Project Logistics Alliance (PLA) has welcomed Gianti Logistics, Tanta Logistics, Austromar, Aqua Air Logistics, Crowley Logistics Trinidad, Barrus Projects, Network Global Logistics, Syntrans Logistics, Altius, 3L-Leemark Logistics and Sino Arabia Logistics Services Company.


Shanghai Flowlink Supply Chain Management, Punto Systems, Invicta Project & Shipping and Traffic Tech have joined XLProjects (XLP).


The Global Project Logistics Network (GPLN) has gained Das Global Logistik as a member in Russia and Aero Africa as a sponsor. Also joining is Freight Forwarders Group, representing Kenya, Tanzania, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Uganda and Rwanda.


BBE BREMEN 21-23 MAY 2019 BOOTH # 1101


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