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PCN members all set for London

November 10 - Over 85 senior managers from 46 countries will shortly be flying into London to attend the upcoming 1st PCN Annual Summit.

The heavy lift and project cargo specialists have been busy scheduling over 550 individual 1-2-1 meetings, which will take place over the two-day gathering. 

Those in attendance will hear from Keynote Speaker, Christopher Snelling, head of Supply Chain Policy at theFreight Transport Association, and Susan Oatway, senior consultant, Drewry Shipping; who will be speaking to delegates about the current project cargo industry issues and forecasts. 

PCN chairwoman, Rachel Humphrey says "Today's technology makes it easier for our Members to keep in touch using email, iPhone'sBlackberry'sMSNSkype, etc. However, it is a fact that meeting face to face is, and always will be, the key to business success. Our upcoming event will be a great opportunity for our members to spend quality time with the people that can help the project cargo side of their business grow over the next 12 months."

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