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Singapore hosts project cargo training course

November 10 - Singapore's reputation as one of the busiest transportation hubs in the world and its strategic location makes it an ideal venue for an international training course designed to fast track skills in project cargo management.

The Certificate of Achievement in Project Cargo Management course will be held in Singapore from 28-29 January, 2010. The course, developed by heavy and over-size equipment freight forwarding network the Project Professionals Group, is open to companies seeking to fast track the skills and expertise of their employees.

PPG general manager and course trainer, Kevin Stephens, said the training had been successfully delivered in Mumbai in January and Bremen in October. The Singapore course has already attracted participants from Singapore, China, Maldives and Sri Lanka, and further registrations are welcome.

An investment of USD1500 per person secures participation in the two-day course for organisations working in project cargo, or seeking more knowledge of this industry sector.

More information about the course programme and testimonials from participants is available at www.ppgprojects.comor contact Kevin Stephens at 

The training course follows the Breakbulk Asia Transportation Conference & Exhibition which takes place from 26-27 January 2010 in Singapore.

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