People / Whitehall thumbs-up for Trailblazer forwarder group apprenticeships
A group of freight forwarders who formed an employer group to develop an industry-standard apprenticeship ...
News / Logistics industry applauds WTO trade facilitation agreement
The logistics community has welcomed ratification of the WTO trade facilitation agreement, describing it as a ...
People / Robert Windsor and Spencer Stevenson promoted to BIFA board
The British International Freight Association (BIFA) board and council have approved the promotions of Robert ...
People / Rachel Morley joins BIFA board as Carson McMullan steps down
The British International Freight Association (BIFA) has appointed Rachel Morley to its board of directors, ...
News / Were you at the BIFA Freight Awards? Check out the photo blog
Last week BIFA hosted its annual freight awards at The Brewery, London. As always, it ...
News / New industrial strategy for post-Brexit Britain could give logistics sector a boost
Freight and supply chain representatives have welcomed UK government proposals for a new national industrial ...
News / Forwarders renew calls for shipping lines to abandon growing list of surcharges
Freight forwarders have renewed calls for shipping lines to axe their surcharges “Forwarders do not like shipping ...
News / Better late than never, say forwarders as shippers launch surcharge campaign
Freight forwarders have responded to this week’s demand by shippers for an end to surcharges, claiming it ...
People / BIFA launches survey to develop new freight forwarding qualifications
The British International Freight Association (BIFA) is set to canvas members on proposals to develop ...
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