Logistics Plus selected as a member of the new IFLN Global Projects network

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Logistics Plus will provide project forwarding services in Mexico and USA as part of membership.

ERIE, PA - Logistics Plus Inc., a leading worldwide provider of transportation, logistics and supply chain solutions, is proud to announce it has been selected to be an inaugural member of the new IFLN Global Projects network, representing Houston, Mexico City, New York City, and Monterrey. The new network was officially announced on September 13, 2017 by Michel Vanlerberghe, president of the International Freight Logistics Network (IFLN).

“There are other project cargo networks out there, but this one is different,” says Randy Durham, IFLN’s general manager and a long-time project cargo specialist. “IFLN Global Projects network only accepts as members those who are highly proficient project forwarders. We want to be the new force in the world of project logistics management.”

Only cargo agents with experience and a high degree of capability in the field of project forwarding will form part of the rapidly expanding group. IFLN Global Projects network can put together a team of highly specialized global project members to support any bid or any project cargo shipping task. IFLN will also make the necessary introductions, coordinate member efforts and liaise with the customer if needed.

“As a long-time member of IFLN, we are proud to support IFLN with our 20-plus years of project cargo management and project forwarding expertise in the United States and Mexico,” says Gabriela Garza, Corporate business development and agent relations manager for Logistics Plus. “Membership provides more companies with access to our award-winning services while providing us with additional exposure and coverage to logistics projects in North America.”


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