A Successful First BIFA Awards
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The BIFA (British International Freight Awards) ceremony was held last week in London and Evolution’s Managing Director – Terry Goldspink (centre) – was proud to receive the accolade of being an airfreight finalist.
A major achievement indeed for an independent logistics provider specialising in the packing and movement of a niche field such as dangerous goods.
Although Evolution didn’t make it across the finish line in first place this time, Terry was especially delighted to have got this far in one of the major categories.
The airfreight services award is sought after by many large and multi global businesses, which makes the achievement for us that much more rewarding.
Terry commented “It was a great first effort for us, having been members of BIFA for nine years, this is the first time we have entered any of their award categories.”
“It was an enjoyable day and great to catch up with some old friends in the industry and I’d like to congratulate the winners and other finalists for their achievements too. Hopefully next year we can go all the way.”
Evolution Forwarding specialise in the packing, documentation, compliance and movement of dangerous goods internationally, our expertise and willingness to get the job done has positioned us second to none in this important area.
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