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NETWORKNEWS ROUND-UP more news at www.heavyliftpfi.com NEWS in BRIEF


STS 2020 to focus on future of technology T


echnology throughout the next decade will take centre stage at the Specialized Carriers & Rigging Association’s (SC&RA) upcoming


symposium, which takes place at the Sheraton Charlotte Hotel in North Carolina from February 18-21. SC&RA’s Specialized Transportation Symposium


(STS) will bring together more than 550 attendees from across the industry, including operations


Sustainability summit


Representatives of the Worldwide Project Consortium (WWPC), Cargo Equipment Experts (CEE) and Priority Cargo Network attended the seventh Sustainable Ocean Summit in Paris during November. The event was organised by the World Ocean Council, which the networks joined earlier in 2019.


Project Partners in Dubai


The Project Partners network is hosting its 12th annual conference in Dubai at the Intercontinental Dubai Festival City from February 22-25. Starting with a welcome


party on the first evening, the second day of the conference will include one-to-one meetings and a dinner party in the desert at the luxurious Bab


DEALINGWITH


Al Shams Resort. This will be followed by more one-to-one meetings and an afternoon of leisure activity. It is being held alongside the


Breakbulk Middle East exhibition at the Dubai World Trade Centre from February 25-26. On the last day of the network’s conference, delegates will be offered a transfer to the exhibition centre.


Network additions The Project Cargo Network (PCN) has added several new members: Benteyga Shipping Mauritania Group (BSMG) in Mauritania; Paramar in Paraguay; Namibia’s Pronto Global Air & Ocean Freight; Consolidated Shipping Services from Bahrain; GAP Logistics in Indonesia; AP Logistics in Liberia; Centralog in Slovenia; Morocco’s Swift Freight Maroc; Logistics Plus India; and Hansa Meyer Global Transportes Internacionais in Brazil.


managers; safety directors and managers; pilot car professionals; permitting officials; and state and federal permitting and bridge engineer officials. Steven Todd, SC&RA’s vice president of


transportation, said: “We have requested our speakers to focus on what our membership should expect to see from technology, and just as importantly, solutions for employing new technologies by 2030.”


XLProjects (XLP) has gained Multilogistics as a member in Italy; RH Shipping & Chartering as a member in Mexico and Houston; Voltrans Logistics as a representative in Vietnam; Kamor Logistic as a representative in Israel; and Mauritania’s BSMG.


Loong Gens Logistics has joined the Project Partners network as a member in China. Meanwhile, Frontline Logistics has expanded its membership with the network to include its operation in Dubai. The company is already a representative for Project Partners in Kuwait and Iraq.


The Global Project Logistics Network (GPLN) has added Fr. Meyer’s Sohn (FMS) as a member.


The Overseas Project Cargo Association (OPCA) has gained Logistics Freight Cargo as a member in Peru; Alphatrans as a representative in Ukraine; Burraq Movers & Freight International as a member in Pakistan; and Shodesh Shipping & Logistic Company as a member in Bangladesh.


IMPOSSIBLE THE Project Partners is a member of: www.heavyliftpfi.com


At Project Partners we are focussing on those heavylift specialists all over the world who are dealing with the impossible.


Enjoy the advantages of this global network, benefit from the given support and ease your daily business.


Specialists meet Specialists@Project Partners www.p-p-network.com


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