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THE LIGHTER SIDE


HLPFI gossip columnist Evie Aufheben delivers another collection of lighter news, anecdotes and amusing facts from the world of project cargo logistics.


A time to celebrate


Since HLPFI’s last issue, a number of companies have celebrated important milestones in their history. UniportBilbao celebrated its 25th


anniversary at the auditorium of Basque University, and, at the end of November, Sergey Ovsienko and the team at Moscow-based Beluga Projects Logistic took time away from their desks – or project sites – to toast the company’s 10th anniversary (pictured). Also celebrating ten years of operations is


Project Cargo Network (PCN), which started the new year by surpassing 250 members. The Worldwide Project Consortium


(WWPC), meanwhile, is preparing for its 20th anniversary. The network registered as a company in March 2000 and will begin its celebrations at the Breakbulk Europe


exhibition in Bremen during May, where members are invited to attend a dinner organised by its marketing partner Quality Cargo Networks (QCN).


the spotlight Congratulations to all of the winners at British International Freight Association’s (BIFA) Freight Service Awards 2019, which took place in London on January 16, 2020.


Winners in In the multipurpose shipping arena,


AAL will celebrate its 25th anniversary. Heavy lift shipping line SAL will also celebrate 40 years of operations.


Taking home the Project


Forwarding Award, sponsored by Peter Lole Insurance Brokers, was Spatial Global. Other


finalists included Moto Freight, OIA Global and Pentagon Freight. The Young Freight Forwarder of the Year Award, sponsored by


Virgin Atlantic Cargo, went to Jenna Morgan of Wallis Shipping. There was stiff competition in this category, with Jamie Abbott from Morrison Freight, Kerry Logistics’ Sophie Rye, and Mitchell West from DB Schenker all securing places on the shortlist. BIFA’s director general Robert


action When the latest James Bond film, No Time to Die, hits the silver screen later this year, be sure to keep an eye out for two new shining stars in Hollywood – containerships CMA CGM Fort Saint Georges and CMA CGM Fort De France. In order to film one of the action sequences in Jamaica, the shipping giant mobilised two of its vessels to Kingston terminal, where 007 was waiting to save the day. A dozen sailors and their captain also got in on the action, while nearly 1,000 containers were included in the shoot.


140 January/February 2020 Lights, camera,


Keen took home a trophy of his own last year, when he won the lifetime achievement award at the Lloyd’s Loading ListGlobal Freight Awards during November. Keen was presented the trophy by host and comedian Tom Allen (pictured below).


Saudia’s formula for success


For the second year in a row, Saudia Cargo transported World Championship Formula-E cars. In four shipments, the airline handled 67 cars totalling 375 tons (340.2 tonnes) from Europe to King Khalid International Airport, Saudi Arabia. Saudia Cargo has a long history supporting major events in


Saudi Arabia. In 2019, the airline shipped equipment for World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE), Cirque Du Soleil, the Discovery Exhibition and even paintings by Leonardo da Vinci.


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