Professionalism in A No-Man’s Land


Being a project cargo forwarder isn’t what it used to be, and its image is slipping, according to Felix Schrick, General Manager of PowerLift Events.

To cure this downward trend PowerLift will be holding a workshop in Bangkok on March 18. The BIMCO Heavy Lift Contracts Workshop is ensuring that project forwarders understand the legal aspects of handling project cargo.

“Training is the way to build project cargo professionalism in an industry that is heading through a no-man’s land at the moment. We have targeted our efforts at making sure that project forwarders understand the legal aspects of handling project cargo; and that they know when to stop and rethink.”

Project cargo forwarders, shipping agents and vessel owners can obtain more details here: http://www.power-lift.net/HeavyLiftContractsWorkshop/Heavy_Lift_Contracts_Workshop.html

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BIMCO Heavy Transport and Lifting Workshop

The workshop will provide practical guidance on project charter contracts useful to every project cargo forwarder. Participants will gain practical guidance on the use of heavy lift and project contracts. Managing Risk and how to avoid costly mistakes will be a substantial part of this.

Project cargo forwarders, shipping agents and vessel owners can obtain more details here: http://www.power-lift.net/HeavyLiftContractsWorkshop/Heavy_Lift_Contracts_Workshop.html


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