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Newcomers to the fore in BIFA shortlist

[ November 6, 2012   //   ]

A quarter of the companies that have reached the finalists’ shortlists in the British International Freight Association (BIFA) 2012 Freight Services Awards have either entered or made those shortlists for the first time in the 23 years that the awards have been run.

The finalists in the nine award categories are as follows:

General categories:

Environment Award, sponsored by Red Recruit:
Damco UK, Seafast Logistics, Uniserve Group, World Transport Agency

Project Forwarding Award, sponsored by Peter Lole & Co:
Asco Freight Management, Atlantic Pacific Global Logistics, Denholm Global Logistics, Sound Moves UK

Special Services Award, sponsored by Forward Computers:
Belville Rodair International, CRM Logistics, James Cargo Services, Uniserve Group

Staff Development Award, sponsored by Albacore Systems:
512, DSV Road, James Cargo Services, SDV

Supply Chain Management Award, sponsored by BoxTop Technologies:
Allport, Freedom Logistics UK, Meachers Global Logistics, The PSL Group

Modal categories:

Air Freight Award, sponsored by IAG Cargo:
Geodis Wilson UK, MOL Logistics, NNR Global Logistics, Uniserve Group

European Logistics Award, sponsored by TT Club:
Delamode, Freigthex, Ital Logistics, UFS

Ocean Freight Award, sponsored by CargoWise:
Allport, Brunel Shipping & Liner Services, Ideal International, PFE Express

Individual category:

Young Freight Forwarder Award, sponsored by Virgin Atlantic Cargo:
Greg Barnes, Panalpina; Charlotte Bartup, Kuehne + Nagel; Adam Blakemore, Insped; Uzma Ruhi, Globetrotters (GB)

Peter Quantrill, Director General of BIFA, said: “This year, the entries from new Members and first time entrants, show the strong interest in the Awards that have come to represent the best of British forwarding. The BIFA awards are inclusive and encourage entries from small, medium and large companies. I applaud the effort put into all the entries that were, as ever, of the highest quality. It is not luck, but hard work and determination to provide customers with first-class service every time, which is key to winning one of the BIFA awards.”

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