Industry association The International Freight Logistics Network has launched a new IFLN Global Projects network.
The new group will be focused on project forwarding and aims to be a “new force” in the sector by offering strategic flexibility and one on one customer care.
“There are other project cargo networks out there, but this one is different. IFLN Global Projects network only accepts as members those who are highly proficient project forwarders … This is not about having as many members as possible. It’s about having project freight forwarder experts who are also specialists in their local markets,” said Randy Durham, IFLN’s general manager.
The network is expected to offer an alternative to multinational forwarders, who may not always have adequate coverage and equipment in every part of the world. The network has more than 40 members at launch and is aiming to expand quickly.
Photo: Randy Durham, IFLN’s general manager. Credit: IFLN