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21 freight forwarding companies are shortlisted for BIFA's 2020 Freight Service Awards

21 freight forwarding companies have been shortlisted as finalists for the eight service categories of this year's British International Freight Association’s Freight Service Awards, with 12 individuals making the finalists shortlist in the Apprentice of the Year and Young Freight Forwarder categories.

Those shortlisted in the various categories are as follows:

Air Cargo Services Award – sponsored by ASM

DHL Global Forwarding
Kerry Logistics
Ligentia UK
Simarco International

Cool & Special Cargoes Award – sponsored by TT Club

Killick Martin & Company

Extra Mile Award – sponsored by Descartes

Kerry Logistics
Moto Freight
Pentagon Freight
United Worldwide Logistics

Ocean Services Award – sponsored by Port Express

Atlantic Pacific Global Logistics
Killick Martin & Company
Westbound Logistics Services

Project Forwarding Award – sponsored by Peter Lole Insurance Brokers

Atlantic Pacific Global Logistics
DB Schenker
RIF Worldwide
Specialist Logistics Services

Specialist Services Award – presented by Transaid

B&H Worldwide
In Time Worldwide Express
Lila International Logistics
NNR Global Logistics

Staff Development Award – sponsored by Albacore Systems

Morrison Freight

Supply Chain Management Award – sponsored by BoxTop Technologies

B&H Worldwide
Killick Martin & Company
Ligentia UK
Progressive 3PL

Apprentice of the Year category – sponsored by Seetec Outsource

Chloe Hamlett (Charles Kendall Freight)
Eloise Hill (DHL Global Forwarding)
Stuart Lupton (DHL Global Forwarding)
Ben Milligan (DHL Global Forwarding)
Ryan Wilkes (Kuehne + Nagel)
Harry Wilson (Ligentia UK)

Young Freight Forwarder category, which is sponsored by Virgin Atlantic Cargo

Jack Coope (B&H Worldwide)
Sam Greenhalgh (Zencargo)
Katy Hopkinson (Kuehne + Nagel)
Zoe Lowe (Kerry Logistics)
Keegan Starkey (Specialist Logistics Services)
Beckie Vallance (Geodis)

As with many other awards, conferences and social events, the global Covid-19 pandemic has scuppered plans for the British International Freight Association’s traditional Freight Service Awards luncheon and awards ceremony in January 2021. However, BIFA recognises the effort of the entrants to the awards this year and will be recording a series of videos to celebrate the finalists and announce the winner of each category, with further details to be announced soon.

Robert Keen, BIFA’s Director General, commented: “In this extraordinary year, BIFA has been delighted with the range of entries received to the BIFA Freight Service Awards 2020. The fact that so many BIFA Members took the time to document their achievements while continuing to manage their businesses through incredibly trying times is a testament to the tenacity of BIFA members.

“It adds to the esteem in which the BIFA Freight Service Awards, which is now in its fourth decade and rightly seen as the blue riband event for the UK's freight forwarding and logistics sector, is held.

“I congratulate all the companies that have been shortlisted and look forward to watching the videos revealing the winners.”

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