Papworth logistics firm goes fer global
GOfers Logistics Worldwide, an independent logistics company based in Papworth, has become a full member of the World Cargo Alliance, an internationally recognised, prestigious association with stringent entry requirements and monitoring criteria.
Only companies that can demonstrate the highest levels of financial strength, integrity and customer service are accepted as members to this global family of international logistic networks, so worldwide more than two thirds of applications are rejected, the company said.
The WCA allows true global partnering, solving problems, and increasing logistics power across 170 countries. Nearly 3,500 global members’ benefit from the huge buying power of the organisation and enjoy excellent cargo rates.
Developments mean that GOfers Logistics are now also legalised customs agents and will deal directly with the airlines, negotiating, buying and getting goods cleared in one easy process.
Richard Marriott, MD of GOfers Logistics, said: “Our ability to partner on a global basis will enable us to raise the bar yet again, meet our future corporate objectives and provide tangible benefits to all our clients. We are all very excited at being part of the leading logistics network in the world.”
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GOfers Logistics was established in 1998 and provide bespoke client solutions, reducing costs and improving logistic services.
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