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Hong Kong member for WWPC

February 26 - The World Wide Project Consortium (WWPC) has appointed a new member to exclusively serve the Hong Kong market.

Hong Kong-based Wangfoong Transportation, established in 1980, is a full service freight forwarder with branches throughout China and a global network. It has heavy lift and project forwarding experience and has its own barges with derricks, tug boats as well as lifting equipment. It also owns low-bed trailers.

Projects the company has been involved with include the construction of Hong Kong airport, Daya Bay power station, Shajiao power station and the Air Show China in Zuhai amongst many others.

The WWPC is a leading global franchise network for project cargo forwarders.

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