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Feb 16, 2006

Oceanpure Seafoods

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Assisted company with new fish processing venture and sourcing capital.

Dec 4, 2012

40 Rising

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Liaise in the development, production and distribution of a computer controlled energy saving device.

Oct 3, 2006

International Cricket World Cup

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Logistics for all stadia seating for IWC world cup from Slovenia & Greece to the West Indies nations.

Jan 12, 2019

Export Assist

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NZ Apparel Exporter relocating to Ireland. Advise and facilitate supply chain structure export forwarding, air freighting and shipping logistics for NZ export products destined for Ireland, UK and EU.

Feb 11, 2019

Rugby World Cup

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Provide advice and contact people to act as Regional Logistics Coordinators for the RWC tournament in New Zealand. (2010-11)

Oct 21, 2007

IWC 2007 Project

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Corporate Logistics Ltd was called into IWC 2007 project very late in the piece when things had gone wrong and on- time delivery of stadia seating was unlikely. Coordinating with its network in Australia, the West Indian nations of Barbados, Trinidad & Tobago, St Vincent, St Lucia, Antigua & Barbuda, Jamaica, as well as Livorno - Italy, Piraeus - Greece, Ljubljana -Slovenia, and Miami - USA. The project was completed on timeand reduced the IWC planned shipping times from 100 days to between 17 and 24 days . "Walter, Many thanks for such a fantastic story! I am forwarding it to our MD/CEO Chris Dehring in Jamaica so he can see what a big job has been done by you all in order to get 53000 seats to the West Indies in such short order and in 6 countries. You have all done a marvellous job and a miracle job for the Sabina Park project! If you didn't know - the CWC 2007 is the third largest sporting event in the world based on its live television audience. I hope some of you will capture it live or on the tele over the next 2 months and see your work in place. Cheers DL Donald LOCKERBIE Chief Operating Officer + Venue Development Director ICC Cricket World Cup 2007"

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