November 15 - One of the first member companies of the Global Projects Logistics Network (GPLN) has returned to the fold, says the global network.

Denver-based SR International Logistics has re-joined the GPLNLAP Projects added in Singapore.

"We are happy to see them back with the old gang," says Gary Dale Cearley, GPLN executive director. "They are back in our group now after a respite and will be joining our booth at Power-Gen International 2010 so for members who make it to this show will get to see them early."

The company is a premier special project/heavy equipment forwarder and expediting provider. The company has handled mining processing plants, water and wastewater treatment plants, aluminium can lines, hotel/resort projects, pipelines, cooling towers as well as various other manufactured cargoes and
heavy equipment operations throughout the world. It is active with a number of other activities involved in port handling for project cargoes such as packaging, stripping and stuffing containers, lashing and securing shipments of project cargoes and containers worldwide.
More information about SR International Logistics can be seen here:

Meanwhile Singapore-based alternative wind energy logistics and yacht shipping specialist LAP Projects (Asia) has also joined the GPLN.

The company, formally known as Asia Wind & Energy Services, is a leading Asia-focus integrated wind power transportation and logistics operator founded over 14 years ago and offering a full service transport package for over-dimensional cargoes, break bulk and heavy lift, such as wind and power generation project, transformers, agriculture and construction, machinery, heavy equipment for mining, oil and gas and other industries, as well as various types of heavy haul cargoes.

"We welcome LAP Projects (Asia) Pte Ltd to the GPLN team," added Dale Cearley. More information about LAP Projects (Asia) can be seen here:
The GPLN is a non-exclusive professional projects logistics network of independent companies specialising in international projects movements by air, sea and land, as well as specialised lifts and the special handling of oversized, out-of-gauge and heavy lift cargo.