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Networks expand membership

May 3 - A number of project forwarder networks have announced new members.

The Project Professionals Group (PPG), has stretched its reach throughout Australia with the appointment ofIntramar Pty Ltd. Intramar was established in 1981 with its corporate headquarters in Melbourne and branch offices in Sydney, Brisbane, Townsville, Adelaide and Perth. More information about Intramar can be found atwww.intramar.com.au

The PPG says that it is expecting around 100 attendees from over 40 countries at its fourth annual conference in Rio de Janeiro at the Sofitel Copacabana from June 15-17, 2011. A Certificate of Achievement in Project Cargo Management short course will be held over two days leading up to the conference at the same venue. This ISOaccredited training was designed to appeal to project forwarders seeking to fast track industry skills and knowledge.

Meanwhile, Glogos Ltd has been named as the second Russian member of the Project Cargo Network (PCN). Glogos is based in Saint-Petersburg and handles heavy weight and out-of-gauge cargo transport, port logistics, transshipment and barge services, as well as chartering. More information about Glogos can be found atwww.glogos.net

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Brett joins port of Tyne

June 18 - Simon Brett has joined the UK’s port of Tyne as commercial director of port services.
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Apollo completes refit at DSDu

June 18 - DEME Offshore’s latest heavy lift jack-up vessel Apollo has completed a one-month conversion project at Damen Shiprepair Dunkerque (DSDu).
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