Forwarder One World Express joins e-commerce network

By Damian Brett

One World Express has become a member of independent forwarder network WCA’s e-commerce group.

One World Express, headquartered in London, gained WCA e-commerce certification after establishing a portfolio of services for the sector as well as IT infrastructure that allows it to integrate with other firms as part of any trade lane development.

Atul Bhakta, chief executive of One World Express, said: “We are delighted to become certified members of the globally-renowned WCA eCommerce network. As an established company with over 20 years’ experience, this news underlines One World Express’ credentials as a leading player in the world of cross-border trade.

“Our joining the WCA network comes at an interesting time, with the coronavirus pandemic bringing about significant challenges for international trade. As such, now more than ever, it is essential that the sector collaborates, ensuring businesses have easy access to cross-border solutions.”

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