The Worldwide Project Consortium has welcomed Sphinx Egypt Ltd. Co to its specialist global logistics network.
WWPC General Manager, Kevin Stephens, based in Queensland, Australia, said today (December 11, 2006) Sphinx Egypt, with offices in Cairo and Alexandria, had more than 20 year’s experience delivering outstanding service along the important transport artery between Egypt and Europe.
“Sphinx Egypt has an expert team that ensures the Worldwide Project Consortium is well positioned to maximise opportunities in one of the most dynamic emerging markets in the world,” Mr Stephens said.
“The Worldwide Project Consortium has an enviable track record of success that can help meet the logistics needs of a diverse range of clients, particularly those working on large oil and gas projects in the Middle East region.”
Mr Stephens said Sphinx Egypt Ltd. Co. was headed by Dr. Naim Amen and had substantial experience in custom clearance and freight forwarding, particularly large-scale projects throughout Egypt including heavy lifts and oversize cargo.
WWPC members will be gathering in Cape Town, South Africa, from March 29-30, 2007 to attend the annual Partnering for the Future Conference. More than 100 participants are expected to attend.
Major sponsors at the conference included Rickmers-Linie GmbH, Germany; Volga-Dnepr (UK) Limited; Air Partner plc, U.K.; Macs Maritime, South Africa; Beluga Chartering GmbH, Germany; and Sun Communications PR and Media, Australia.