Worldwide Project Consortium (WWPC) members gathered in Toronto, Canada, for their 21st annual membership conference during 3.-6. September.
Meeting each other face-to-face, discussing business opportunities and enjoying social events in the stunning and vibrant city of Toronto presented another highlight for the participants.
WWPC local Canadian host and sponsor to the event, Mr. Gerald Hess, President of Ambercor Shipping and Mr. Marcel Hafemann, Vice President of Ambercor Shipping, made sure the group had a great time in Toronto. Member-to-Member sessions, dinners and excursions allowed time to interact with fellow members and sponsors.
The conference agenda gave amble time to interesting presentations from:
The WWPC auction supported Moorelands Kids, a Toronto based children charity, which was awarded with USD 25,000 - as a result of selling sponsored items from Air Lift Group, Bolk Transport, Wallenius Wilhelmsen, Air Canada Cargo, JSL Global, POL-Agent, Ambercor Shipping, AJOT, CN Tower 360 Restaurant and the conference venue Hilton Toronto Hotel.
In addition, the attending members generously contributed with money donations to round up the end result.
The WWPC Board of Advisors was re-elected for the period until the next membership conference and consists of:
As location for the 2024 WWPC membership conference the members voted for Ho Chi Minh City in November 2024 and WWPC Vietnam member A My Transport & Services Corporation, headed by Mr. Huynh Vi Phuc (Philip), Managing Director, accepted to be the local host.
The WWPC like to thank their sponsors Wallenius Wilhelmsen, Logistec Corporation, Ambercor Shipping, Air Canada Cargo and Air Lift Group for supporting this event.
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