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GPLN adds two more

December 30 - The Global Project Logistics Network (GPLN) is ending 2010 on a high note with the appointment of new members in Egypt and Brazil.

In Egypt, Fairtrans Marine Trading and Forwarding Company, based in Port Said is the new member of the non-exclusive professional projects logistics network of independent companies specialising in international projects movements by air, sea and land, as well as specialised lifts and the special handling of oversized, out-of-gauge and heavy lift cargoes.

Fairtrans Marine Trading and Forwarding joins with project references from companies in Europe, the Middle East and Northeast Asia, as well as from the GPLN's recently appointed new member in Morocco. The company has been in existence for three decades and besides being a projects specialist it is also a liner agent in the Eastern Mediterranean.

Further information about the company can be found here: http://www.fairtrans.com/

Meanwhile, in Santos, Brazil, PORTO Agenciamentos Marítimos e Operador Portuário has also joined the network.

Further information about the company can be found here: http://www.grupoporto.com.br/index.htm

PORTO Agenciamentos Marítimos e Operador Portuário is a port-owned company with good project credentials in the region and included references from GPLN sponsors Beluga ShippingIntermarine and Thorco in its application.

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