Founded in March 2013 with 16 members in 15 countries, TWIG has now grown to three times that number.
The fast-growing association requires that all associates are endorsed by other members of the network.
It uses sophisticated communications tools which allow members to communicate and, principally, exchange business.
“Before we launched the network, we spent about 12 months researching existing logistics networks in order to identify a way to combine innovations in communications technology with a network that focuses on quality, not quantity,” explains TWIG managing director Guilherme Luz.
In choosing to partner with Air Cargo News, TWIG looked for a media partner which produces material of “excellent quality” and with global coverage, he says.
“The main objective of being associated with Air Cargo News is to promote our members’ news and differentials through a reliable and strong media company.”