From just an idea in 1987, Trans Global Projects has gone from strength to strength resulting in global recognition as a first-class provider of international logistics solutions for many of the world’s largest and most sophisticated companies.
1988-2018 a celebration of independent achievements
Trans Global Projects has over the last 30 years built a strategically effective global network and knowledge base. Working in some of the most remote areas of the globe, the company has served clients from the world’s oil and gas, metal and mining, power generation and petrochemical industries. TGP is proud of its 30 years of exceptional achievements and looks forward to a further 30 transformative years.
2015 further growth
In 2015, TGP continued its expansion path and acquired the Swiss headquartered logistics specialist Natco AG. Natco became a member of the UK-based Trans Global Projects Group. Together, TGP and Natco deliver tailor-made, end-to-end solutions to facilitate smooth international supply chains.
2013 Fast Track 100
Trans Global Projects was ranked the 64th fastest growing private company in the UK in the December 2013 report. It was also ranked the second largest in the Fast Track 100 league table in terms of its turnover.
2007 single ownership
Trans Global Projects took the next step in its development when Breezeline International Group Ltd, a co-investor since the start and itself owned by members of the senior management team, acquired full ownership of the TGP group of companies in 2007. Under single ownership, the group’s growth and development has continued unabated, making Trans Global Projects a dynamic, independent company offering worldwide coverage.
1999 milestone project
1999 witnessed a step-change in Trans Global Projects’ achievements. The company won its first “mega-project” with the award of the Total Logistics Contract on the giant Karachaganak Gas Condensate Project in Western Kazakhstan. The US$220 million contract ran for five years and saw TGP undertake the movement of 1.6 million tonnes of project cargo and the supply of all logistics related services on the project.
With the opening of its first office overseas in Antwerp in 1989, Trans Global Projects embarked on a strategic expansion programme over the following years, opening a network of international offices across five continents. Today its numerous offices around the world serve a large customer base from various industries.
At its foundation in 1988, TGP was a subsidiary company of the Trans Global Group, one of the UK’s largest independent multi-modal transportation organisations.