Network to offer expert advice

Air cargo and aviation network Neutral Air Partner is launching NAX, an international group of experts to advance the interests of time sensitive industry and e-commerce. Its aim is to provide resources and education on industry trends and opportunities to its membership of first, middle and last mile delivery companies.
Target industries include express and courier, e-commerce, aerospace, military, ships and marine logistics, special events, energy, humanitarian aid and clinical trials.
Head of NAX Express, Richard Thornton explained: “NAX will provide a platform to engage with time critical and express professionals who share your passion for business excellence and offers you the network to compete globally. A membership in NAX will give you the tools you need to streamline your business and capitalize on high revenue growth.”
Head of NAX e-Commerce, Rudee Bertie added: “My main aim is to bring awareness to the wider forwarding community, to share some of my experiences when engaging with clientele encountering eCommerce propositions in logistics. I’d like to share with members on how they will be able to compete against the consolidators and still be competitive, price conscious and reliable.”
He said that members no longer turn business away through lack of education or understanding.
NAX will hold its first global meeting in conjunction with Neutral Air Partner annual on 18-21 September in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. 

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