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November 30 - The 17th edition of Heavy Lift & Project Forwarding International, which should be landing on your desks over the next few days, delivers a comprehensive update of the latest developments in the over dimensional cargo business.

Our regular regional reports from our team of international correspondents has proved an immediate hit and led to a great deal of feedback from readers. Our correspondents are now undertaking research into their next reports and will be delivering news, views, interviews and features from all corners of the globe.

Our coverage is only as good as the information we endeavour to obtain from you - the industry experts. Whilst we take comfort from that fact that so many of you read HLPFI closely, we also encourage your interaction with us.

We would especially like to hear from those with particular experience in the following sectors and marketplaces, all of which will come under the spotlight in the next issue: Mexico, Singapore, Turkey, Holland; Oil and Gas Logistics; project forwarding networks; railfreight, heavy lift cranes and weather forecasting.

Whether you want to share a recent project cargo movement, or suggest a topic for one of our international correspondents to explore, our editorial team is waiting to hear from you. Get in touch by sending an email to editorial@heavyliftpfi.com or by calling + 44 1689 857631.

And if you feel inclined to join the growing number of companies that choose to promote their services to the 7,500 + project cargo logistics professionals on both the service supply and demand side of the business that receive HLPFI, please send an email to ian@heavyliftpfi.com

We look forward to reading your contribution in the next issue.

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Decarbonising shipping comes at a USD1 tn cost

January 22 - At least USD1 trillion of capital investment in land-based and ship-related infrastructure is required to reach the 2050 goal of reducing shipping’s greenhouse gas emissions by 50 percent of 2008 levels.
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Blue Water opens office in Guyana

January 21 - Blue Water Shipping has opened an office in Guyana in order to offer support to the country’s oil industry.
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