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Worldwide Project Consortium and Priority Cargo Network members gathered in Rotterdam

May 28, 2024

“Networking is a peoples business”, says Wolfgang Karau, Director of the Worldwide Project Consortium (WWPC), Priority Cargo Network and Quality Cargo Networks, visiting Rotterdam for the Breakbulk Europe 2024.

The 11th annual conference of Priority Cargo Network, held on May 20, 2024 was hosted in the vibrant city of Rotterdam.

Throughout the day, members had the opportunity to present their companies and services, highlighting their capabilities and expertise within the network. The conference also featured member-to-member meetings, providing a platform for direct engagement and fostering deeper business relationships.

Organized by Quality Cargo Networks for the third time a dedicated Networking Reception event brought Priority Cargo Network and Worldwide Project Consortium (WWPC) members together in a relaxed atmosphere, facilitating broader industry connections and collaborative discussions. These interactions enable members to explore new business opportunities and strengthen existing partnerships.

"We are happy to see our members are collaborating with each other and deepening their partnerships during these events”, says Wolfgang Karau.

Starting the next day Quality Cargo Networks exhibited at Breakbulk Europe 2024, giving great opportunity to spread information about Priority Cargo Network and Worldwide Project Consortium (WWPC) and the members of these networks.

The networking reception was supported by Quality Cargo Networks and Steder Group.

Wolfgang Karau states: “At Quality Cargo Networks, we specialize in serving a select group of top brands that offer tailored cargo logistics solutions. With two distinct networks and a news site dedicated to timely cargo news and case studies, we leverage our extensive industry expertise to deliver exceptional service to our valued partners.

Our team of experienced and entrepreneurial project cargo managers possesses a deep understanding of the cargo industry’s nuances. Through our two networks, the specialized forwarding industry can find a comprehensive range of cargo logistics services. We publish network member details for direct use.

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