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Houston training improves project cargo profitability

Ensuring strategies are well-thought through and well-executed to increase profitability is among the outcomes of the Certificate of Achievement in Project Cargo Management short course in Houston 8-9 October, 2012.

 
PRLog - July 10, 2012 - HOUSTON -- Ensuring strategies are well-thought through and well-executed to increase profitability is among the outcomes of the Certificate of Achievement in Project Cargo Management short course in Houston 8-9 October, 2012, in conjunction with the Breakbulk Americas conference and exhibition at the George R. Brown Convention Center and Hilton Americas.
Project cargo management specialist and general manager of the Project Professionals Group, Kevin Stephens, said the training provided the tools and management skills necessary to help project forwarders improve efficiency.
“We believe that this professional development course is unique in that it draws on real life examples and scenarios that illustrate what can go wrong and how to ensure the best way to respond,” Mr Stephens said.
Attendees will also master essential business communication skills that every professional needs to succeed.
The ISO accredited two-day training course is open to all project forwarders, general freight forwarders and industry partners.
Investment in the comprehensive two-day training is US$1,800 per person; US$1,650 for 2 – 3 persons; US$1,500 for 4 or more persons.
Registration and course profile information www.wwproject.net/certificate-course.html or email expressions of interest to kevinstephens@ppgprojects.com

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Industry:Shipping, Transportation
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