Clients, winners – and both – at the BIFA awards

Jan 18, 2019 Paul Kelly News 0 comments

Yesterday the UK forwarding industry descended on London’s Brewery in Moorgate, for the British International Freight Association’s (BIFA) Freight Service Awards 2018, with Actualis clients finalists in three categories.

Double Olympic champion Dame Kelly Holmes MBE did an outstanding job as host, with a moving motivational speech on what it takes to be a winner.

Dame Kelly Holmes MBE

Dame Kelly Holmes MBE

Daily Groupage Services’ Luke Brown was the Young Freight Forwarder of the Year, while Unsworth’s Kyle Lawrence lost out to Panalpina’s Thomas Turner for the inaugural Apprentice of the Year award.

The modal categopry got off to a fantastic start with our latest client – Metro Shipping – claiming the Air Cargo Services award (pictured above).

Director general of BIFA Bob Keen said: “The awards are about rewarding excellence and the event provides an excellent opportunity to network, cement existing relationships and develop new ones.”

Air Cargo Services Award
Winner: Metro Shipping

European Logistics Award (sponsored by our friends TT Club)
Winner – Uniserve Group,

Ocean Services Award
Winner: NNR Global LogisticsGeneral categories

Project Forwarding Award
Winner – Specialist Logistics Services

Specialist Services Award
Winner: Charles Kendall Freight

Staff Development Award
Winner: Hemisphere Freight Services

Supply Chain Management Award
Winner: OIA Global

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