Europa’s Hong Kong branch receives Freight Forwarder Network membership

By Rachelle Harry

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Europa Air & Sea’s Hong Kong branch has announced that it has become a member of the Freight Forwarder Network.

Freight Forwarder Network is a non-profit organisation that only allows two members to represent each country (with the exemption of larger countries such as China and the US).

Members make up a team of qualified and select forwarders able to meet present logistic challenges.

Membership was awarded to Europa’s Air & Sea Hong Kong branch following a selection process that included in-depth interviews requiring the company to demonstrate its strategic plans in the region.

Angus Hind, director, Europa Air & Sea, commented: “We are now at a point where we would like to grow the business even further and raise awareness of our expertise. Freight Forwarder Network can help us to achieve this via networking with peers in the region, opening up new business opportunities and providing support when needed.”

Anja Kienen, executive director, Freight Forwarder Network added: “Europa’s Air & Sea division in Hong Kong has a track record of providing an impeccably high level of service. Throughout the selection process, Europa was able to demonstrate its passion, commitment and appetite for growth.

“We believe our existing members will benefit from Europa’s knowledge and experience, as well as open up business opportunities for Europa itself.”

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