The World Ocean Council is proud to announce that Priority Cargo Network, together with Worldwide Project Consortium (WWPC) and Cargo Equipment Experts (CEE) has joined the WOC international, multi-industry alliance on action and collaboration in support of ocean sustainable development.
The Networks Director, Wolfgang Karau, stated, “We got to take care of our planet and clean oceans for future generations. Most of our members are based close to shores and waterways and I am sure that our membership with WOC is the right step to manifest our commitment towards a cleaner tomorrow.”
WOC CEO Paul Holthus said, “We are honoured to have the Worldwide Project Consortium, Priority Cargo Network and Cargo Equipment Experts come on board with the WOC. Maritime transport and cargo logistics are central to global economy, moving 90% of international trade – and are thus fundamental to the future of the ocean. The WOC embraces leadership companies large and small from across the sectors and around the globe in creating the collaboration and action needed on ocean sustainable development.”
Priority Cargo Network works to identify demands from general freight forwarders for cost effective and dynamic network presentation with a strong brand. With specialized independent freight forwarder members per country, the network enables participating companies to operate more effectively in the global arena.
World Ocean Council (WOC) – The Global Blue Economy Business Organization
The WOC is the international, cross-sectoral alliance for private sector leadership, collaboration and action on ocean sustainability, stewardship and science. Companies from a range of industries worldwide are distinguishing themselves as leaders in “Corporate Ocean Responsibility”, including: shipping, oil and gas, tourism, fisheries, aquaculture, mining, renewable energy, ocean technology and investment.
WOC Members are a part of the WOC Network of 35,000+ ocean industry stakeholders around the world. The WOC is a registered not-for-profit organization in the US, UK and France.