Project Freight Net (PFN) has launched a networking group for individual professionals, named Project Cargo Group (PCG).

PCG is aimed at individuals rather than companies, including those who are employed, unemployed, self-employed, students, business owners, ceos, heavy lifters and riggers, project forwarders, logistics educators, and more.

The group, which began to receive its members on January 4, 2021, has been set up to connect professionals, advise, education and share knowledge, providing a platform for personal and career development.

Amanda Labee, vice president operations at PFN, said: “After this extraordinary year we felt the need to start thinking beyond the corporate need in the industry… We will provide individuals a place to come together, inform, learn, and start or further their career development.”