CML has announced that it has become a member of the All in One (AiO) Global Logistics Network - one of the world’s leading cost saving international logistics networks. Due to the networks strict application process and revolutionary approach to allowing businesses to become members, CML is just one of four near exclusive members of the network in the UK.
AiO Global Logistics Network is a non-exclusive independent network that allows businesses to professionally handle numerous specialised cargo. As well as this, it provides payment protection plans and financial guarantees for its entire network to ensure that money is safe when you do business with other AiO members.
Before it was set up, most independent freight forwarders that handle various types of cargo needed to join different networks to cover each area of expertise. To help save time and money, AiO Global Logistics Network was established to create a much more efficient way of handling independent logistic companies freight forwarding, without the need for them to join numerous networks. As part of its membership CML has joined the commercial cargo division to help it liaise with like-minded partner members from all over the world in a bilateral way, and concentrate on the markets that are relevant to them.
Commenting on the latest news, Freight Business Unit Manager, James Thorpe said:
“We are delighted to have been accepted onto the AiO Global Logistics Network. By joining a network that cares so much about the businesses that are in it, not only ensures that the very best companies are able to join, but it means that we are able to speak to over 175 global businesses about their UK and global needs.
“With an integrated common operating platform in place and partners in a number of different countries around the world, we have the capability of operating globally 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Being just one of four members from within the UK is an absolute privilege and we are looking forward to working with different AiO Global Network members going forward.”