Globalia Logistics Network has been inundated with applications for membership with just one in 10 making the grade, two months since its launch.
The freight forwarding network was founded by Antonio Torres, six years after launching Conqueror Freight Network, which had reached capacity, so he launched Globalia, to be a clone of Conqueror.
Torres says Globalia has been receiving dozens of applications and only one in 10 have made it through to the second stage, the auditing by Dun & Bradstreet.
He says: “Some might say that 1/10 isn’t very many to be passing the application process and they would be right, it isn’t. However, what it does mean is that our network has only the most financially stable and secure companies as members. The financial risks of working with our members is almost non-existent.”
Membership development manager, Francisco Perez adds: “Those who successfully pass the membership process will enjoy six months’ free membership. When that time is up, agents should know whether or not the network is working for them. It can’t be more transparent than that.”