WE ARE GLA

Non-Profit Association of Independent Freight Forwarders & Customs Brokers.

Affordable annual fees

GLA members have exclusive rights to operate at an airport or seaport in their country

Globetrans International NVOCC bills of lading registered for use with the U.S. Federal Maritime Commission.

Testimonials

GLA members meet every year at the Annual General Meeting at a different locations around the world in order to develop business during the One2One meetings and make friends at our informal social events. New members have the opportunity to promote their services to the GLA members with a company presentation.

Maureen Leeuwenburgh,
Managing Director (GLA)

We like working with GLA because having reliable partners round the globe, we can offer personal service to most parts of the world and we know the agents in person due to the fact we are active members and we meet everyone at the AGM. 

 

Sven Algholm
First Cargo Sweden

Global Logistics Associates Columbia_Transport1Working with the GLA members has been a mutual and continuous growth, and most of them are still here after such a long time. This is the strength of GLA.

 

Enrico De Luca
Columbia Transport Srl

Being part of this network is being sure to use partners who provide us with quality services, being able to assist clients of our clients and also important the payment guarantees.

 

Jorge Magalhães
Garland Transport Solutions

Having partners with similar business ethics and abilities which we have met and have a personal relationship. Having trusted partners handling our business and accounts in foreign countries is critical to our success.

Pat Fosberry
John S. James Co.

Global Logistics Associates Page&Jones_IncThe benefit of the GLA is knowing that we can find a trusted partner in most locations around the world that will represent our company, and allow us to provide global logistic services to a wide market.

Bill Kraus
Page & Jones, Inc.

MEMBER NEWS

Freight news from around the world   

Hapag-Lloyd Announces Sulfur Fuel Charge

Hapag-Lloyd has now joined a number of other leading container shipping companies by announcing how it will recover the costs of low sulfur fuel once ...

East-West box rates set to soften

Analysts expect container shipping spot freight rates to soften this week before picking up later in the year head of Chinese New Year factory closure...

Box congestion now affecting Southampton

The congestion that has hampered activity at Felixstowe over the past few months now seems to be affecting another major UK port for container traffic...

COVERING ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD

Giving members the ability to better compete against larger companies.

Become a part of GLA today!

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