Evolution – BIFA Finalists In Two Categories
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Evolution Forwarding have been shortlisted as finalists for not one, but two BIFA (British International Freight Association) Awards, with the winners decided in January at their London award ceremony.
The BIFA awards are a significant industry accolade that have been recognising logistics excellence for over 30 years. The finalists are selected based on providing high standards and professionalism and demonstrating special achievements in different sectors of the industry.
Evolution Forwarding’s exciting achievement, the first time we have appeared as double finalists, is in recognition of the dangerous goods work we have done, placed in the categories of ‘Extra Mile Award’ and ‘Cool & Special Cargoes Award’.
Evolution Forwarding Managing Director – Terry Goldspink – commented “We are always very proud to make it to the finals, but to have made two finals is especially pleasing”.
“Dangerous goods are not the most fashionable subject matter, but it’s what we do best and it makes this achievement even more satisfying”.
All finalists qualify for a ‘BIFA award’ and the winners of each category will be announced at the BIFA Freight Service Awards ceremony at the Brewery, London in January.
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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