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WLA (World Logistic Alliance)

This Network is all about their members .
Our vision is to build a strong WLA Community/family, which will result to become the best worldwide freight forwarding network, providing the most benefits to our members. We are neutral, as we are not freight forwarders, so we can focus on your needs in expanding your business within your own country and internationally.
http://www.wla.us.com

WCA (World Cargo Alliance)

WCA Projects Network caters for the needs of specialized project-cargo and heavy-lift professionals seeking global contacts and partners, completing a suite of networks serving independent freight forwarders as a fully-fledged worldwide grouping.
Inter-Global Logistics Network brings together top independent local and regional freight forwarders from markets all over the world in a group that provides shippers and exporters with the better-value and more intelligent option in logistics.
http://www.wcafamily.com

SLA (Singapore Logistics Association)

Established since 1973, SLA aims to represent Singapore logistics and is thrust to advance professionalism and excellence to promote high standards in industry practices.
Its growing membership of more than 440 business entities today offers a diverse scope of logistics and ancillary support services.
As a trade association, SLA seeks to fulfill its objects in close collaboration and engagement with logistics companies & professionals, institutions & academia, industry organisations and partners, government agencies as well as international organisations & businesses.
http://www.sla.org.sg

SICC (Singapore International Chamber of Commerce)

The Singapore International Chamber of Commerce (SICC) is the oldest Chamber of Commerce in Asia and the oldest commercial organisation in Singapore and today counts among its members business enterprises operated over 40 nationalities. From its beginnings, the Chamber has been multi-racial. Over 30% of its membership is made up of Singaporean companies, the balance coming from some 45 countries around the world. American, Japanese, German and British companies form the largest group of foreign members.
http://www.sicc.com.sg

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