Singapore to host PPG training course

The Project Professionals Group (PPG) will host its Project Cargo Forwarding Certificate training course in Singapore from November 26-27, 2018.

 

The two-day course will be held at the Mandarin Orchard Singapore Hotel. It offers the opportunity to improve the management of project cargo transportation and learn how to eliminate costly inefficiencies in project communication.

“There are huge project cargo opportunities for the Southeast Asia region in the oil and gas, construction and wind energy sector. However, clients are seeking support from supply chain companies that have the employees capable of safely managing the transportation of these high-value cargoes,” said Kevin Stephens, founder of PPG and course presenter.

The ISO-accredited education programme will also be delivered at the inaugural Antwerp XL conference and exhibition during May 7-9, 2019.

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