ELITE logistics association gains new member

By Freddie Pierce
Conqueror Freight Network has become the latest member of the Elite Association of Logistics Networks (ELITE), a new body representing the independent...

 

Conqueror Freight Network has become the latest member of the Elite Association of Logistics Networks (ELITE), a new body representing the independent freight community.

Conqueror becomes the tenth network to belong to ELITE following the association’s official launch in late 2012.

Headquartered in Madrid, Spain, Conqueror’s freight forwarder membership is spread across 164 cities and 81 countries worldwide.

Antonio Torres, Managing Director of Conqueror, said: “Networks are crucial in assisting independent freight forwarders in their aim of finding reliable partners.

“I firmly believe that ELITE provides freight forwarders with the clarity needed to make an informed choice about where they should align their businesses.

“We are delighted that our efforts as defenders of quality in the industry have been recognised and given this “seal of approval,” and we are proud to come together with other like-minded networks to raise the standard of networks in the industry.”

ELITE was formed to act as a voice for the SME freight forwarding community within major trade and industry associations, organisations and regulators. Combined membership of ELITE-qualified networks comprises over 3,550 freight forwarding companies around the world, with annual revenues in excess of US$60 Billion and over 140,000 staff operating from 7,000 plus offices in 188 countries worldwide.

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