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PPG Member in Malaysia, TERA Projects & Shipping have arranged the delivery of a Malt Treatment Tank from Lianyungang, China to Penang, Malaysia. The tank dimensions, including the saddle, were L12.000m x 4.350m diameter / 35 mt.

 

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PPG Bahrain member, Orient Express Logistics (OEL Groups), has successfully concluded the shipment of a 134 tonne transformer from Fuji Electric System Company, Japan to Bahrain Port, to the ALBA (Aluminum Bahrain) project job site, the largest modern aluminium smelter in the world. The job successfully completed on March 5th 2009. The sensitive equipment was transported on board M/V "Kamo" and was safely delivered on time and on budget. Overall dimensions of the main transformer were L7.2m x W4.6m x H5.2m. The total gross weight of the entire shipment including the main Cooler tank, oil tank and accessories was 234.45 tonnes/414.257cbm. OEL also arranged for transport from wharf to job site using a 12-axle platform trailer, offloading units onto stools and final transfer to base foundations utilising a 200 tonne capacity mobile crane. Due to the uneven road access, OEL also arranged to level out the access route for 12 meters. The total shipment was supervised by Mr. Saji Sreeram and Mr. Shajith.    oelbahrain.jpg 

 PPG General Manager, Kevin Stephens and Sun Communications consultant, Rodger Hall have just returned from Mumbai where they successfully concluded the first PPG Project Forwarding Education Course. The two-day course was held at St. Xavier's College, Mumbai, India, from Wednesday 28th – Thursday 29th January, 2009 and all students received a Certificate of Achievement in Project Cargo Management at the end of the program. We are delighted to advise that the program was a huge success, with all students advising their complete satisfaction. The course contained a wealth of knowledge and information which we are certain will hold all attendees in good stead for the future and assist them in changing their future understanding and approach to project cargo management. Participating students came from Belgium, Philippines, Dubai, Thailand, Abu Dhabi, India, Kazakhstan, Brazil and Bahrain  ppggraduates1.jpg

PPG Vietnam, Vantage Logistics Corp., have successfully concluded the delivery of Hydroelectric Plant Equipment for the vital Ba Ha Project. This project  is one of the biggest and most important hydroelectric plant in the middle of Vietnam, located on 15 wards of 2 districts belonging to 2 provinces (Phu Yen and Gia Lai). The project investment is VND4.275bil (USD252m), with 2 main generators each with a capacity of 220MW, to supply electric for a large area within the middle, north and south of Vietnam, to contribute in the economic development and livelihood of these developing regions. The level of importance of this project is so high that it was carried out directly under the special structure of Vietnam’s Prime Minister.  vanlog1.jpg

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A new innovative project cargo training course has been specially designed for companies seeking to fast-track the skills and knowledge of talented employees that will improve bottom line performance. Mumbai has been selected as the venue for the first International Project Forwarding Education Program running from January 28-29, 2009, because of its central location for international participants. The two-day course has been developed at the request of freight forwarding professionals following concerns about the critical international skills shortage in the supply chain and logistics industry. 

Over dimensional cargo specialists, Project Professionals Group, has continued its success in providing logistics solutions for the power supply manufacturing sector.Sahil Freight Express, India’s largest privately owned freight forwarder, has recently completed the transportation of two 105 tonne transformers to Iraq for EMCO Ltd, one of India’s leading manufacturers of such equipment. Each transformer measured L6.8m x W4.3m x H3.1m and was transported about 30 kilometres from Thane by road to the port of Mumbai and then shipped to Umm Qaser in southern Iraq. sfe.jpg

October 2008: PPG Member for Vietnam, Vantage Logistics, has successfully concluded a delivery of mining equipment from China to Haiphong and transhipment to Thi Nai port – Qui nhon city. Vantage’s scope of services included Boarding Agent Services, Mobile Cranes and Door Delivery to My Thanh Mine, Phu My district, Binh Dinh Province. The overall shipment comprised 5,250cbm of equipment on board MV “Tien Thanh 68” which berthed at Thi Nai Port and successfully discharged all of the equipment 3 days.   vnvietnam1.jpg

PPG Turkey, Pan Lojistik Hizmetleri ve Tic. Ltd. Sti., have played a significant role in the ongoing development in Erbil, Turkey. Since Erbil is renewing their infrastructure, there have been mass investments in construction in that region and Pan Lojistik has handled many project operations to Erbil. plt1.jpg

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Please click on the images (left) for the Kris TV news version regarding the next annual conference of PPG to be held in The Solomon P. Ortiz Conference Facility, Corpus Christi, USA from 29th July – 1st August, 2009. The Port of Corpus Christi is mid-way along the Texas coast on the Gulf of Mexico (approximately 150 miles north of the United States/Mexico border). The conference will be sponsored by the Port of Corpus Christi.

Recently PPG Japan (Allfort) and PPG Vietnam (Vantage) contributed their part in the protection of Phu Quoc’s environment. Phu Quoc is a beautiful island South of Vietnam, located in Gulf of Thailand. In line with PPG’s commitment to SmartWay, the United States Environmental Protection Agency, PPG members are constantly striving to explore eco-friendly solutions. The nature of the island is still unexploited, with its pristine beaches, laid-back vibes, golden-brown sands and calm and peaceful atmosphere. All of this results in a really relaxing paradise-like location that needs to be preserved for future generations.  phuquoc1.jpg

   This project is part of the on-going widening of the existing Penang Bridge from 2 lanes to 3 lanes. UEM had contacted Megalift to propose and execute a method on how to shift 9 units of the existing emergency lay-by to make way for the new 3rd lane. Megalift then came out with the method of using their hydraulic gantries and skidding system. The hydraulic gantries would be used to jack-up/lift-up the lay-by off of its foundation and onto its new foundation and the skid system would be used to skid the lay-by 4.8m to its new position. The hydraulic gantries were positioned underneath the lay-by, 2 units on each pile cap, and the skid system positioned on top of the gantry.

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