Project forwarder networks are continually growing and enhancing the services they offer their members, while new networks emerge in the logistics industry. The latest member additions and developments from this expanding sector.
A shift to digital ways of working is well under way and, in a bid to serve this growing market, the DigiFreight network has been launched.
Quality Cargo Networks (QCN), which comprises the Worldwide Project Consortium (WWPC) and Priority Cargo Network, has outlined its 2022 conference plans.
The organisers of London International Shipping Week 2021 (LISW21) have confirmed that this year’s event will proceed as a mixture of in-person and virtual events.
Quality Cargo Networks (QCN), which comprises the Worldwide Project Consortium (WWPC) and Priority Cargo Network, has cancelled its 2021 conferences as a result of the ongoing spread of Covid-19.
The September 2021 edition of the Project Cargo Summit will be held as an online-only event, said its organisers.
The Project Cargo Network (PCN) has invested in a bespoke virtual meeting centre where its members can connect using common platforms such as Zoom, Google Meet, Skype, and WhatsApp.
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