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BIFA – Freight forwarders send budget wish list to UK Government

BIFA - Freight forwarders send budget wish list to UK Government

Ahead of today’s UK Budget, leading trade association, BIFA the British International Freight Association www.bifa.org is calling on the Chancellor to do more for the freight and logistics sector. Robert Keen, BIFA’s Director General says: “The economic outlook post Brexit looks challenging and there is considerable uncertainty concerning the UK’s future …

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BIFA urges caution when seeking Brexit advice

BIFA urges caution when seeking Brexit advice

The British International Freight Association BIFA is encouraging its members to carefully consider the options when seeking advice on the likely implications to their business and services of the UK’s decision to leave the EU. Director General, Robert Keen says: “There has been a huge volume of announcements and press …

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BIFA reveals Freight Service Awards competition 2016 winners

BIFA reveals Freight Service Awards competition 2016 winners

The British International Freight Association BIFA  www.bifa.org  has revealed the winners of its Freight Service Awards competition 2016. The winners of the nine General, Modal and Specialist categories in the Awards, which has established a benchmark of quality for the British freight forwarding industry for more than a quarter of …

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BIFA reveals Freight Services Awards shortlist

BIFA reveals Freight Services Awards shortlist

The British International Freight Association BIFA is pleased to reveal the finalists of the 28th annual BIFA Freight Service Awards. After a rigorous judging process, 37 finalists from 28 BIFA Member companies are in contention for awards across ten categories. The finalists are as follows: General categories Project Forwarding Award, …

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Brexit speculation? No comment says BIFA

Brexit speculation? No comment says BIFA

The British International Freight Association BIFA says that it will not be adding to the highly speculative debate on what might happen to trade between the EU and the UK after the eventual completion of the latter’s exit from the former. “Is there any worth in speculating on the consequences …

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