Winning International Group is a diversified corporation with business interests in areas including Ship Owning, Shipping Operation, Marine Transshipment, Ship Management, Mining Development, and Railroad Construction. Headquartered in Singapore, the company offers services to clientele around the globe through its branches and subsidiaries at places such as Beijing and Qingdao, China, Indonesia, Malaysia, and Guinea. Committed to expanding its global businesses and projects, the Winning International Group of today has risen as a world-leading bauxite transportation provider. The company’s ocean transportation fleet consists of a pair of 58,000 DWT Handymax bulk carriers, a single 91,000 DWT super-Panamax bulk carrier, and 31 Capesize bulk carriers ranging between 170,000 to 210,000 in DWT, totaling a transportation capacity of 5.875 million deadweight tons. The logistics fleet includes six large-scale floating crane platforms, a pair of FCT platforms, and nearly a hundred barges, ocean tugboats, harbor assistant tugboats, replenishment tankers and maritime transshipment systems comprised of floating docks. In 2014, Winning International Group teamed up with China Hongqiao Group, Guinean company UMS SA and the Port of Yantai, China, and established the SMB-Winning Consortium to enter the mining, exploration, port construction and logistics business. In November 2015, the first shipment of 180,000 tons of bauxite arrived at the Port of Yantai, thereby signifying the completion of the development of an astonishing seafaring route 11,400 nautical miles in length. Under the leadership of Winning International Group and the dedicated diligence of the consortium, today Guinea has replaced Australia as China’s largest bauxite supplier. At present, three major conventions signed between the SMB-Winning Consortium and the government of Guinea, pertaining to mining, railroad, and alumina production, have all been unanimously approved by the National Assembly of Guinea, with the railroad project likely to formally begin in March this year.