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New structure for HLPFI editorial team - find out more at Breakbulk Americas

October 5 - With effect of our January/February 2016 issue, there will be a reorganisation of the HLPFI editorial team.

The current editor, Ian Martin Jones, will become consultant editor; HLPFI's co-founder Ian Matheson will be taking on the role of editor.
 
Staff writers David Kershaw and Annie Roberts will become features editor and news editor, respectively.
 
Additional journalists are currently being recruited to assist the editorial team with the production of HLPFI's bimonthly magazine, triweekly newsletters and daily news service on the HLPFI website.
 
Matheson and Roberts are attending the Breakbulk Americas exhibition and conference, which starts tomorrow in Houston, and are keen to talk to anyone who is planning to attend about the current state and future potential of the project cargo logistics marketplace around the world.
 
So if you happen to be in Houston, and have some news or opinions to impart, do get in touch with Ian and Annie via the following contact references:
 
Ian Matheson:
+44 (0) 7894 406762
[email protected]

Annie Roberts:
+44 (0) 7789 192036
[email protected]

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