This one-and-a-half-day workshop combines presentations on how to improve the management of project cargo transportation and how to eliminate costly inefficiencies in project communication.
Course presenters include the founder and general manager of project cargo network the Project Professionals Group, Kevin Stephens, and business communications consultant and trainer Rodger Hall.
Mr Stephens said the key training objective is for employees to graduate with improved efficiencies that deliver competitive advantage.
“We want our participants to acquire new thinking and update their understanding of client and industry requirements that will contribute to them being among the top performers in their businesses,” Mr Stephens said.
Mr Stephens said previous graduates highly recommended the training with excellent feedback testimonials.
The workshop includes a USB Flash Drive with over 70 proven documents and all course presentation slides (value $US500).
Further information and online registration, including PayPal option, is available at Project Professionals Group.
Attractive discounts are: Early Bird Rate (save US$200 book and pay before 30th April 2018): US$1300pp. Standard Rate (book and pay 1st May 2018 to 29th May 2018): US1500pp Note: Additional US$50 applies if paid via PayPal.
Registration includes an exhibition hall pass and an invitation to the official welcome reception to what is shaping to be a very successful Breakbulk Europe with over 10,000 participants, and a record number of exhibitors.
The ISO accredited education program is endorsed by the Education Department of the Bremen Chamber of Commerce (Handelskammer Bremen).
Featured image: Project Forwarding Certificate graduates in Bremen at an earlier training course. The next course in Bremen will be at Breakbulk Europe 2018.
Overdimensional logistics network, Project Professionals Group’s 11th annual conference will be held in Portland, Oregon, USA, from 26-28 September next year (2018).
“The Port of Portland and the Port of Vancouver USA are both dynamic organisations and have put forward an excellent conference proposal and we thank them for their support and hospitality,” Mr Stephens said,
Mr Stephens said the 2018 conference dates had also been selected to also provide PPG members with the opportunity to visit the Breakbulk Americas conference and exhibition in Houston (2–4 October 2018), ensuring it was cost-effective to attend both events.
Mr Stephens said with the recommendation of the Port of Portland and Port of Vancouver USA the award-winning Benson Hotel had been selected as the conference venue with very attractive accommodation rates for members and guests.
Meanwhile, all 2018 dates for the ISO accredited PPG Certificate in Project Cargo Forwarding workshop run in conjunction with Breakbulk Events are confirmed and online registration available at Project Professionals Group.
- Featured Image: The Port of Vancouver USA is a multi-purpose port authority on the Columbia River in Vancouver, Washington, that handles more than seven million tons of cargo each year, including project cargos. Image courtesy of Port of Vancouver USA
Overdimensional cargo transportation network, Project Professionals Group, has expanded its Australian membership to include individual states.
PPG general manager Kevin Stephens said Cargo Line International Pty Ltd is the new member for New South Wales, Victoria, South Australia and Tasmania and CMX Global Logistics Pty Ltd is the new member for Queensland with 360 Logistics Pty Ltd representing the network in Western Australia.
“PPG has a policy of one member per nation other than in large economies where it makes more sense to divide geographically such as India and China,” Mr Stephens said.
“Australia will now be categorised into separate memberships on a state-by-state bases to offer clients a more localised solution to better cater to their individual requirements.”
Meanwhile, Mr Stephens has confirmed that the ISO accredited PPG Project Forwarding Certificate will be held from 17-18 October in Houston during the Breakbulk Americas education program despite the impact of Hurricane Harvey. Registration remains open and includes a one-day pass to the Breakbulk Americas exhibition hall and invitation to the official welcome reception.
Project Professionals Group’s 10th anniversary conference in Melbourne from 6-8 September delivered informative sponsor presentations and productive member meetings while also providing attendees with the opportunity to experience the world’s most liveable city.
PPG general manager Kevin Stephens said many members were visiting Australia for the first time and had the opportunity to see why Melbourne was voted the world’s most liveable city for the seventh year in a row in the Economist Intelligence Unit’s Global Liveability Report 2017.
“A cruise on the Yarra River showcased many Melbourne landmarks, and the conference venue at Southbank offered a sample of the local lifestyle,” Mr Stephens said.
Presentations were made by BBC Chartering Australia Managing Director David Begg, Volga-Dnepr-Unique Air Cargo, USA, Operations Project Manager Victoria Cass and several new PPG members.
Editorial Director for Breakbulk Events and Media Gary Burrows delivered a presentation highlighting upcoming events and media opportunities.
Conference delegates also received a briefing on the Certificate in Project Forwarding workshop to run in Houston during the Breakbulk Americas education program from October 17-18.
Further information about the course, including testimonials and registration, is available at Project Professionals Group