PPG is delighted to confirm the appointment of Rodair International as its new member for Canada and we congratulate Mr. Jeff Cullen and his team on their appointment. Rodair International have a proven track record in heavylift project forwarding and are a welcome addition to our group.
Watch as SGL and TransGroup collaborate to move seven HVDC units, each weighing over 865,000lbs. Beginning the journey in Sweden, these massive units traveled via rail, ship, barge, and trailer to their final destination in Oregon, USA.
Friday 27th October, 2017 - PPG has successfully completed its eighth annual surveillance audit of its international quality management standard. The audit was conducted by SAI Global and zero non-conformances were identified. Additionally, PPG has successfully transitioned from IS09001:2008 to the updated ISO 9001:2015 Quality Management System Requirements. Re-certification has resulted in accreditation continuing for another three years under PPG's reviewed tri-annual audit scheme.
Overdimensional cargo transportation network, Project Professionals Group, has expanded its Australian membership to include individual states.
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.
BASE logistika is proud to announce that ICI projects was recognised by Transport News magazine as "Best Energy Project Logistic Company - Mexico". This recognition proves the dedication and effort made by the whole group to fulfil their Mission and add value to their clients.
ICI Proyectos is BASE logistika’s Project Cargo Division with over 60 infrastructure projects valued at more than US25 Billion including Power Generation plants, Pipelines, Refineries, Petrochemical and other large Capital Investment Projects.
Shin Jo Logitech (PPG Korea), has successfully concluded three shipments from Busan to jobsite in Johor via Pasir Gudang port. Delivery to jobsite was arranged by Tera Projects (PPG Malaysia). The shipments comprised gangway towers, complete with crane, for the Pengerang 2 Project in Malaysia. 1st shipment 1,064cbm; 2nd shipment 731cbm; and 3rd third shipment 1,113cbm. Overall total 2,908cbm. The largest unit of L 10.460m x W 4.560m was containerized for loading on vessel.
Welcome the "Yara Birkeland", with a capacity of up to 150 shipping containers, the battery-powered ship will be small compared to modern standards (the biggest container ship in the world holds 19,000 containers, and an average-size ship holds 3,500), but its launch will mark the beginning of a transformation of the global shipping industry. This transformation could heavily impact global trade as well as the environment.