January 3 - the Project Professionals Group (PPG) has begun 2012 by making new member appointments in Nigeria and Taiwan.
PPG general manager Kevin Stephens said that he was pleased to announce that Lagos-based MAS Global Express and Logistics would represent the network in Nigeria and that the company's extensive national network would be particularly beneficial to PPG members in providing supply chain solutions for Nigeria's oil and gas industries.
Taipei-headquartered Triple Eagle Forwarding has been appointed as a new member in Taiwan. With its connections and knowledge of project forwarding throughout the Far East, was said by Stephens to be a "total logistics provider."
He added "I am confident that the PPG will continue to grow in 2012 providing access to a quality network of project forwarders which are committed to combining their resources and skills that meet the demands of increasingly complex transportation needs."
Hansa Meyer Global has started transporting components for the expansion of a steel plant in Osceola, Arkansas.
Crane manufacturer Tadano has appointed Robbert Kreber as its business leader covering Belgium, the Netherlands and Luxembourg.
Express Global Logistics (EXG) has coordinated the transport of four modules from a port on the south-east coast of India to a nuclear unit site.
Blue Water Shipping has appointed Jørgen Wisborg as chairman of its operational board, succeeding founder Kurt Skov.
Susan Oatway has stepped down as Drewry’s principal breakbulk and multipurpose analyst.
USA-based Crosby Group has appointed Travis Buck as its commercial director covering the Europe, Middle East, and Africa (EMEA) region.
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