IFLN Plans Project Cargo Expansion

Global Projects Division Reports Growing Membership

Freight specialist association IFLN has announced plans to expand its global project cargo network.

Building on growth in project cargo forwarding members over the last 12 months, the IFLN plans to expand its global projects network to enable “specialized project cargo forwarding members to work closely together” to pursue global turnkey projects.

“IFLN is working to ensure that it continues to grow organically by attracting potential members that are primary players in their field of operations,” an IFLN spokesperson said, adding that the organisation “has big plans to expand into wholly new specialized areas of activity.”

Based in Houston, Texas, the IFLN connects more 290 specialists freight companies in 100 countries.

Photo: IFLN conference in Vienna. Credit: IFLN