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WWPC adds new exclusive member for Jordan and Iraq

September 1 - Seven Seas Shipping Co, based in Amman, Jordan, has been appointed as the exclusive member of the Worldwide Project Consortium (WWPC) in Jordan and Iraq.

Seven Seas Shipping is an independent forwarder that was incorporated in 2002.

Headquartered in Amman, the company's operations department is based in Aqaba which enables better control and monitoring of shipments.

The company says that it has become one of the major operators in Jordan's freight forwarding sector by offering competitive rates allied to professional service. It offers multimodal solutions in handling all types of cargo including general cargoes, heavy and oversized project consignments, ro-ro shipments and hazardous goods.

For further information about the company visit: www.7seasjordan.com

For further information about the Worldwide Project Consortium, a leading global franchise network for project cargo forwarders visit: www.wwpc.eu.com

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