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WWPC Names Airland Logistics Member in Mongolia
International project and freight forwarder Airland Logistics has been awarded exclusive representation of the Worldwide Project Consortium (WWPC) in Mongolia, which coincides with the company’s opening of an office in Ulaanbaatar.
The 100 percent foreign-owned company has been represented in Mongolia for more than eight years providing project and general logistics support to the country’s progressive mining boom.
Jan Jensen, CEO said, “Establishing a local presence in Mongolia was a natural progression for us and supports our commitment to the mining industry in linking local operations to global trade lanes such as Australia, Africa, South East Asia, North and South America and CIS.
“Our membership with the WWPC brings to bear the member’s expertise in project logistics enabling us to have a strong global team moving cargo into Mongolia from worldwide locations.”
The Worldwide Project Consortium WWPC is the leading franchise/membership network for professional project cargo freight forwarders with country/area exclusivity.
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