GLS Pakistan celebrates 10th anniversary
GLS, NMA for Pakistan is 10 years old
2015 AGM all set for Hong Kong
2015 dates and venue have been chosen
EFFA President and Secretary attend Dnata City opening
EFFA President Barry Birdsall and Secretary Pauline Birdsall attended a luncheon on 28th April...
BAT Transportation is Agent of the Year
Our congratulations go to BAT Transportation, voted Agent of the Year 2013 for the second year...
2013 CHARITY IS CHOSEN
Phil Klaesges has chosen Gilda's Club, chicago as the 2013 EFFA Charity.
EFFA welcomes new agents
EFFA welcomes its first new agent to have commenced the application process through the new site.
The 2006 agm in Ireland was hosted by Aerly Bird Trans Global .
In 2006 the group attended the AGM at the beautiful Fitzpatrick Hotel in Dublin. Our Host, Pat Dillon of Aerlybird Transglobal, was at his charming best and made everyone comfortable, even taxi-ing some of the agents from the airport himself.
Set among beautiful grounds and close to transport to the city, the hotel offered fantastic facilities and a relaxed atmosphere.
The charity nominated by our host this year was Little Star Fund.
Aerly Bird Trans Global hosted the 2006 AGM.
Aerly Bird Trans Global from Ireland
BAT Transportation Inc. from Canada
Cargomaster Italia srl from Italy
CLG Ltd. International Forwarding and Clearance Agency from Switzerland
CONSOLIDATED FREIGHT MONITORING INTL (CFMI) from France
Key Air & Sea Ltd from UK
Master World Forwarding Co., Ltd from China
Merzario BV from Netherlands
Pretty Fair Freight Limited from Hong Kong
WITAL Air Cargo GmbH from Germany
Air Cargo Expediters from USA
Airmark from South Africa
Evans and Wood & Co., Inc. from USA
FREDERICKSON FREIGHT MANAGEMENT PTE LTD from Singapore
Gosselinair from Belgium
J. HENNINGSEN SHIPPING APS from Denmark
Kesif Nakliyat from Turkey
SCANDINAVIAN GATEWAY AB from Sweden
Soyuztranslink from Kazakhstan
TKM Overseas from Germany
One to one meetings
With a live harpist to add to the atmosphere we enjoyed a lovely evening of mixing and mingling. Pat Dillon introduced his chosen charity, the Little Star Fund, and the group made donations totalling