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ASIA - Conference of Asia Pacific Express Carriers
The Conference of Asia Pacific Express Carriers (CAPEC) was established in 1996 to represent the interests in Asia of the world’s leading integrated express delivery services companies. CAPEC works closely with governments and other industry associations in constructive partnerships to develop conducive business and regulatory frameworks for express delivery services.
AUSTRALIA - Courier Association of Australia (WA)
The Western Australian Courier Association was initially formed in 1989 by a representative group of locally owned and operated courier companies. In 2001 the Association changed its name to the Courier Association of Australia (WA) Inc to more reflect an Association with a national affiliation and interest base.
BELGIUM - The Global Express Association
The Global Express Association represents the international express delivery companies that serve over 215 countries, carrying over 30 million packages each day, all of them guaranteed to be delivered within specified time frames. This guarantee makes express delivery unique in the transportation industry and enable our customers to operate over broad territories with a high degree of confidence. Express delivery operators offer door-to-door services to their customers, providing not only transportation systems in which the location and progress of packages is constantly tracked but also cross-border clearance and collection of payments from customers. Express delivery operators make it possible for businesses of any size to compete effectively in the modern global marketplace, serving their customers across a continent or around the world. Although the efficient transportation links provided by express delivery companies can benefit a national economy of any nature, they are critical to knowledge-based economies and those that are substantially engaged in production of high-value goods. In this sector, the cost of inventory for both materials and finished goods compels companies to accelerate inventory cycles. Express delivery of materials and product greatly improves the velocity of inventory and capital turnover.
CANADA - Canadian Courier & Logistics Association
The Canadian Courier & Logistics Association (CCLA) is a non-profit organization, whose mission is to represent and advance the interests of couriers and time sensitive logistics service providers operating in Canada. The CCLA undertakes advocacy, research and education on matters impacting our industry and its contribution to the global competitiveness of the Canadian economy.
CHINA - China International Freight Forwarders Association
The China International Freight Forwarders Association (CIFA) is a national agent organization of international freight forwarding industry. It is a social group that all freight forwarders guilds, freight forwarding enterprises and those related to freight forwarding can voluntarily join. CIFA now has over 500 members, including 97 council members and 48 standing council members.
EUROPE - European Express Association
On 1 January 2000, the European Express Organisation (EEO) merged with the Association of European Express Carriers (AEEC). This created the European Express Association (EEA), representing the Express Industry with one single voice at the European level. The Association represents numerous companies in the air express cargo industry, including four of the world's largest air express carriers, namely DHL, FEDEX, TNT and UPS.
INDIA - Couriers Association of India
The main objective of the CAI is to promote and protect the interests of small and medium Indian courier companies operating both in domestic and international sectors. To achieve this, CAI is actively involved in regular liaison with all concerned Government Departments, Ministries and other Authorities with a view to ensuring that its members interests are protected and its inputs are taken into consideration before policy decisions are implemented, for the overall benefit of the Indian Courier Industry.
SOUTH AFRICA - South African Express Parcel Association
The South African Express Parcel Association is a non-profit organization whose mission is to represent the interests of the express parcel transport industry by communicating positions to legislative and regulatory officials; to provide a forum for the exchange of information about trends and developments within the industry; and to promote the use of express delivery services.
UK - Association of International Courier & Express Services
AICES is the trade organisation in the United Kingdom for companies handling international express documents and package shipments. AICES membership which includes household names such as DHL, FedEx, TNT and UPS employs over 29,000 people directly, supports a further 68,000 jobs indirectly, and is responsible for over 95% of the international courier and express shipments moved through the UK every day. Our services provide the just-in-time information and goods that organisations from hospitals to financial institutions rely upon.
UK - The Despatch Association
The Despatch Association (DA) is an independent trade association which exists to protect the interests of its members whilst raising the profile of the courier industry nationally. We continue to lobby for the industry as a whole and also offer a rapid-response helpline, keeping members informed through regular newsletters and providing business backup and support.
UK - National Courier Association
The NCA was founded in 1988 to increase the quality and scope of the service that the smaller, independent courier company could offer to its clients. It is the original network of independent courier companies. The NCA achieves this by maintaining a network of around one hundred depots representing all the major areas of the UK, and more recently, Eire.
USA - Express Carriers Association
The mission of the ECA (Express Carriers Association) is to foster business relationships between carriers, shippers and vendors who offer products and services to the transportation industry. We will accomplish our mission by providing the opportunity to form logistical partnerships between carriers and shippers; by assisting carriers and shippers with new technology and transportation solutions; building awareness of regional and specialized carriers as a viable supply chain alternative, and building awareness of our vendors' products and services.
USA - International Federation of Bike Messengers Association
The Mission of the IFBMA (International Federation of Bike Messengers Association) is to ensure the successful realization of an annual Cycle Messenger World Championships, to foster a spirit of cooperation and community amongst bicycle messengers worldwide and to promote the use of pedal power for commercial purposes.
USA - Messenger Courier Association of America
The Messenger Courier Association of America (MCAA) is a non-profit industry association of, by, and for the messenger courier industry. Since 1987, the MCAA has worked to promote and advance the common interests of those engaged in the messenger courier industry throughout the United States and abroad. The Association produces a variety of events and resources including Messenger Courier World magazine and the MCAA Annual Conference.
USA - New York - New York Bike Messenger Association
The NYBMA is a worker's alliance of the messenger, by the messenger, and for the messenger. Our mission is to unite, represent and advocate for the bike couriers of New York City. We want to change the negative perceptions of messengers as well as improve conditions for ourselves. We are not asking for a handout. We are obviously hard workers. We just want the respect we deserve.
USA - Express Delivery & Logistics Association
XLA undertakes many activities designed to meet basic needs of the express and logistics industry. Education has been of paramount importance ever since the organization's founding in 1976. The strong emphasis placed on educational activities is mirrored in the agenda of the Annual Conference, where issues of concern to the entire membership are addressed in the general sessions, workshops, panel discussions and other program proceedings. Another highlight of the Annual Conference is AirCargo, an exhibition of products and services geared to the express and logistics market which serves as the premier trade show for this industry in the United States. We also work with education partners, such as NTLA, to identify and offer vital education programs on issues that affect day-to-day operations and other issues of importance to the express and logistics market. Members also benefit by XLA's contacts with such key agencies as the U.S. Departments of Homeland Security, Transportation and Commerce, and the Office of the United States Trade Representative. In addition, XLA maintains close contact with Congressional and Administration leaders, as well as with related associations in other nations and with various American, foreign and international trade groups. XLA's newsletter, XLA Express, the bi-weekly XLA Extra e-publication, intermittent XLA Alerts, and Policy Bulletins provide coverage of events and trends in the industry, as well as issues on the national and international legislative and regulatory fronts.
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