Team Heavy Lift Ltd – Port Harcourt, Nigeria
Team Heavy Lift, has the right expertise in providing complex transportation and logistics solutions for heavy and abnormal cargoes in West-Africa. Team Heavy Lift operates with a group of well trained professionals, understanding and applying the industry’s highest Health, Safety and Environmental standards and are offering reliable (owned and leased) equipment fit for the job. Out off its regional support base in Port Harcourt, Nigeria, engineering support is offered to a wide customer base to providing innovative solutions for both Road and Water transportation for out of gauge and heavy cargoes. To request more information on Team HeavyLift Nigeria Ltd, please click here.
The Elite Global Logistics Network
ELITE Global Logistics Network (EGLN) is a unique 6 Star “Best in Class” freight and logistics network where members are only able to join by “invite only”. The members are highly respected and financially secure organizations independently owned that specialize in the global logistics industry – including freight forwarders, transportation intermediaries and associated companies.
EGLN has a broad global membership base of industry ELITE companies that share a mutual commitment to quality and service driven to be a part of the most respected freight and logistics network that exists in the industry today. EGLN promotes a strong network methodology that adheres to its aspirations of ongoing and continuous improvement in customer service, pricing and extolled unparalleled synergies for total customer satisfaction. The network’s customers dictate its objectives and they will be met and surpassed.
As of November 2016 – EGLN has: 203 Members (312 company names registered) with 535 Offices in 299 Cities located in 133 Countries with Annual Gross Revenue : $7.3 Billion and Staff : 23,769
The Global Project Logistics Network (GPLN)
GPLN was established in 2004 and is a network of independent small and medium project logistics forwarders. GPLN is committed to promote the group globally, having members on every continent, in every region of the world and in every major projects port. The network has grown to being one of the leading project logistics network in the world with presently around 270 quality member offices in over 100 countries all over the globe.
GPLN members have the knowledge and power to provide all the services a shipper or project owner needs, handling shipments with the added bonus of local expertise in every market in the world. The importance of having professional local companies handling the cargo cannot be underestimated as project moves require a great deal of local know-how.
Zeeland Port Promotion Council (ZPPC)
ZPPC is a participant-driven non-profit organization of more than 100 companies involved in the port industry in Zeeland based in the ports of Terneuzen and Vlissingen.
The main objective of ZPPC is the general presentation of the ports of Zeeland and of the services of our participants all over the world. Our participants include companies in the fields of stevedoring, ship agencies, forwarding & transport, warehousing, cleaning, ship repairs, towage and salvage and port based industrial production.
The ports of Zeeland – Terneuzen and Vlissingen – are strategically located between the nearby ports of Antwerp and Rotterdam. The ports of Zeeland offer the same advantages and at least one extra: our ports are congestion free! For more information on the Zeeland Port Promotion Council, please click here.
The Association of Dutch Suppliers in the Oil and Gas Industry and Offshore Renewable Industry
Supermaritime Netherlands is a member of the IRO, an independent non-profit organisation that supports and promotes the interests of its nearly 450 member companies active in the Oil and Gas and the Offshore Renewables industries. The Oil, Gas and Offshore Renewable supply industry in the Netherlands belongs to the Top 5 of the world.
Acting as the gateway to Dutch suppliers in the energy industry, the IRO mission is ultimately aimed at maintaining and strengthening the position of the Dutch Oil, Gas and Offshore Renewable industry by creating a level playing field for its members. A sharp focus on cost efficiency, innovation and sustainability within the Dutch supply industry are instrumental to achieve this goal.
The IRO members consist of a wide variety of both multinationals and SMEs. They represent the entire supply chain within the Oil, Gas and Offshore Renewable industry, with activities covering: Engineering & Consultancy, Construction & Fabrication, Plant & Equipment Supply, Contracting & Installation, Exploration & Production and Personnel & HSE, both for offshore upstream oil & gas and offshore renewables (wind and marine energy).
The association focuses on three important topics that are vital for the continuity of the industry: Trade & Export Promotion, Innovation & Technology and Human Capital & Education. The range of services that IRO provides to its members varies from maintaining government & NGO relations and facilitating networking opportunities within the IRO community to participating in international trade missions and exhibitions as well as providing Business Intelligence and training courses.
For more information on the IRO, please click here.