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Registration open for PPG master class

Registration has opened for the Project Professionals Group (PPG) project cargo forwarding training course, which will be held at the AntwerpXL exhibition in April 2020.

Kevin Stephens (far left) and Rodger Hall (far right) with some of the project forwarders that completed the course at the 2019 event.

The PPG master class is aimed at project freight forwarders, third-party logistics providers (3PL), clients and ECPMs. It will be held on the third day of the event, April 23.

Those that register before February 1, 2020 will receive a 10 percent discount that includes a one-day AntwerpXL exhibition hall pass and an invitation to the opening reception.

Course trainer and general manager of PPG, Kevin Stephens, said the master class has been developed in conjunction with clients and third-party logistics providers.

He added: “We work very closely with diverse project forwarding organisations regarding the master class content to provide industry-relevant training.”

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