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AOP Project Partners welcomes LEO Global Logistics

December 9 - Thailand's LEO Global Logistics is the latest member for fast-growing project forwarding network, AOP Project Partners.

LEO Global Logistics was established in 1991 as the holding company for a group of companies and is one of Thailand's leading total logistics services providers providing a full range of worldwide logistics services, including air and sea freight forwarding, project cargo handling, as well as customs services. Further details can be found

AOP Project Partners is a division of Air & Ocean Partners.

Don't forget that the Jan/Feb issue of HLPFI will include a comprehensive analysis of the various project forwarder networks. To contribute to the feature, either with editorial or advertising, please contact us now. 

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