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Project forwarder network expands global footprint

February 16 - Heavy lift freight forwarding network, the Project Professionals Group (PPG), has strengthened its global footprint with several new appointments.

Egyptian Marine Agency Services (EMAS) and NSCL Shipping Agencies & Investment Company have been appointed as new Project Support Members in Egypt and Sudan, respectively, both for their Ship Agency expertise.

Interfreight Group companies have also been appointed as new project forwarder members for Southern Sudan (Interfreight Limited); Eastern Congo (Societe TMK); Burundi (Sodetra Burundi SPRL); and Tanzania (Freight and Logistics Limited). Interfreight are already PPG members for Kenya, Rwanda and Uganda.

Additional new project forwarder appointments include Maple Shipping & Logistics LLC in Oman, Solot Logistics Ecuador S.A. in Ecuador and All in Shipping in Egypt.

PPG general manager Kevin Stephens said all new appointees delivered a range of project forwarding services and had proven experience.

The PPG gathers in Rio de Janeiro from June 15-17 for its annual conference.

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