Viva La Revolution!

Jun 12, 2019

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Evolution were pleased to celebrate three years as members of the not-for-profit freight forwarders network Revolution 365.

Revolution365 is a new concept in international freight networks. It is run by its member for its members, there are no shareholders, no high joining fees with yearly renewals, just the costs of running the networks administration split equally between the members. This means the more members the network has, the less it costs each member.

The membership is by invitation only and allows only one member per region meaning only freight companies that are deemed to have high standards, good service, great customer service and are financially strong are allowed. We are looking forward to working with all of the members for years to come.

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