July 3 - Just eight months since it was formed, project cargo forwarder network XLProjects (XLP) has revealed that its membership is now 35 individual companies, with offices in more then 50 cities, covering over 30 countries.

"This is really an incredible pace," said Gary Dale Cearley, executive director of XLProjects, "For a startup network this is an exceptional number and we are really proud of what we've been accomplishing."
The company that put XLProjects over the fifty member offices mark was WillChart & Company in Varna, Bulgaria.

Today, XL Projects has announced that HBH Logistics has been accepted for membership in Germany.

It is an international project forwarding company,specialising in the transport of over-sized and heavy loads for both national and international projects in Eastern Europe in particular.

It also provides services in the assembly of heavy industrial equipment such as turbines, generators and transformers.

XLProjects will also hold its first annual meeting this year in Cape Town, South Africa, from November 27th - 29th, at the Hilton Hotel in the city centre.
XLProjects is a non-exclusive network of independent project forwarders and project charterers.