Worldwide Project Consortium WWPC is a member of the Baltic Exchange, the only established and self-regulated global market place for shipbrokers, owners and charterers.
Combi Lift, a member of Harren & Partner Group, is one of the leading experts in worldwide ocean transportation of heavy lift and project cargoes as well as project engineering. Beyond that we focus on offshore activities and niche markets. Combi Lift accesses a fleet of heavy lift vessels (Ro-Ro, Flo-Flo, Lo-Lo) of various sizes, highly specialized semi-submersible dock ships, seagoing barge carriers and Pan Ocean deck carriers. With our headquarters in Bremen/Germany at the heart of the Harren & Partner Group, Combi Lift benefits from a wide scope of expertise at hands.
Rickmers-Linie is a specialist in the worldwide ocean transport of breakbulk, heavy lift and project cargoes. With its unique line services, the company connects the important economic centres around the globe. The core of the route network is the eastbound Round-the-World Pearl String Service, which is supplemented by the Europe to Middle East/India service and the westbound Round-the-World Service.
The company has developed RICOSYS, a 3D software solution for the best possible load-planning and optimum cargo management. Through own offices in a total of 15 locations, including in Hamburg, Antwerp, Houston, Shanghai, Tokyo and Seoul, we are close to our customers everywhere. This network of own offices is supplemented by over 50 sales agencies that operate worldwide for the company.
Cargoes transported include heavy lift cargoes such as transformers, generators, pressure vessels, construction machinery, wind or gas turbines, plant components for the chemical, petrochemical and other industries, locomotives and sailing or motor yachts.
Royal Cargo is the leading project and heavy lift service provider in the Philippines. They offer solutions to even the most demanding project shipments and own their own fleet of multi axle trailers, cranes, lift systems as well as rigging equipment.
Royal Cargo also provide transport concepts tailored to specific industrial project needs and their scope of services include: Project transport management, Customs clearance and tariff consultancy, Surface and inter-island transportation of any kind/type of cargoes, Lifting via cranage or lift system, Road and site survey, Rigging, packing and crating, Transport engineering and stability calculation, Plant dismantling and assembly, Electro mechanical works. www.royalcargo.com
Volga-Dnepr is the world’s largest transporter of outsize and heavyweight cargo and in its 26 years of operations has enabled its customers to achieve fast and reliable deliveries. The Group offers a ‘Cargo Supermarket’ service that enables it to deliver the most efficient transportation solution for every piece of cargo.
This incorporates a fleet of 12 An-124-100 freighters and 5 modernised IL-76TD-90VD. The aircraft’s self-supporting abilities mean we can reach the most remote locations with minimal infrastructural support.
Volga-Dnepr Group also offers complex door-to-door logistics solutions which may also incorporate its Boeing 747 and 737 freighters or even other multimodal transport. www.volga-dnepr.com
Wallenius Wilhelmsen Logistics
Wallenius Wilhelmsen Logistics (WWL) delivers global logistics and shipping solutions to manufacturers of cars, trucks, heavy equipment and specialised cargo such as rail cars, power generators, mining equipment and yachts. WWL’s sophisticated supply chain management services ensure efficient integration of ocean transportation, inland distribution, cargo processing and a wide range of technical services. WWL is an industry leader in developing solutions to reduce its operational impact on the environment. The company has 7,000 employees and deploys 50+ vessels servicing 12 trade routes to six continents. Last year, WWL moved 3.7 million autos, rolling equipment and breakbulk units worldwide. Learn more at www.2wglobal.com.
Breakbulk Events & Media
Breakbulk Events & Media products are the most targeted and cost effective marketing choice for companies that need to reach breakbulk and project cargo logisticians.
Breakbulk Events host more than 25,000 specialized logisticians annually in event formats that are focused on business development, logistics transactions, new cargo connections and strategy. Breakbulk Events are networking and business development conferences and exhibitions, as well as educational workshops, in Asia, Europe, the Americas, the Middle East and Russia.
Award-winning Breakbulk Media products are the leading sources of analysis and news in the project cargo and traditional breakbulk logistics market. The official publication for Breakbulk conferences and exhibitions, Breakbulk magazine brings analysis and trending news to key logisticians moving breakbulk and project cargo worldwide. www.breakbulk.com
Heavy Lift & Project Forwarding International (HLPFI) is the leading international bi-monthly magazine and news source for professionals involved in heavy lift movements and project cargo management. Written by an international team of award-winning journalists, since its launch in 2007 the magazine has become a must-read for everyone involved in the movement of heavy and over-dimensional project cargoes.
Albert Schweitzer Familienwerk Foundation Philippines
Albert Schweitzer Familienwerk Foundation Philippines, Inc. (ASFFPI) also known as “Children’s Haven” is a non -stock, non- profit and non-government organization that focuses on helping abandoned, neglected and exploited children, needy women, families, older and disabled people by providing shelter and other basic needs for survival, protection, development and participation.
The mission is to provide a package of social work interventions and other services to children, women, families, older and differently-abled persons needing special protection, care and rehabilitation, as well as depressed communities, by building their capability to uphold their rights become self propelling, self sustaining and self reliant. http://asffpi.webs.com/
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TRACE has successfully completed a TRACEcertification due diligence review of Worldwide Project Consortium Ltd (WWPC). TRACE has granted Worldwide Project Consortium Ltd (WWPC) a certificate signifying that the company has completed internationally accepted due diligence procedures and has been forthcoming and cooperative during the review process. TRACEcertification underscores Worldwide Project Consortium Ltd (WWPC) commitment to transparency in international commercial transactions.
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