The cloud conference is expected to result in greater participation because of ease of access and the elimination of all obstacles to participation
Cooperative Logistics Network’s first-ever Virtual Meeting is scheduled to be held on 4th and 5th November 2020. The online conference will offer the members a special chance to network with their partners in 2020 enabling them to prepare for more concerted projects for the future. This meeting will bring together all the Coop members in one platform at one time thereby allowing the agents to connect with their existing partners, and get acquainted with the new network members.
The Coop’s Virtual Meeting isn’t going to be like any other videoconference over Skype or Zoom. We have come up with a new meeting platform integrated with our website which will ensure a seamless conferencing experience. Moreover, every agent will be able to take part in up to 32 one-to-one videoconferences of 15 minutes duration with previously selected members. Even though an in person meeting would have been much preferable, given the circumstances we have to make the most of the online meeting. Additionally, the virtual meeting will do away with a lot of expenses such as hotel fares, visa fees, and flight fares.
Apart from the one-to-one meetings, there will also be a presentation where members will be acquainted with all the latest updates and upgrades of our member-exclusive TMS FreightViewer. “The present scenario has compelled us to move our meeting on the cloud for this year. This year we are anticipating an exceptional attendance rate since the online meeting will do away with all the obstacles to participation.” says Mr. Antonio Torres, the President and Founder of Cooperative Logistics Network.
Register ASAP to promote your company, secure new projects, and strengthen the ties with your partners!
The Incoterms 2020 rules which have been launched by the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) have come into effect since 1st January 2020
The Coop has updated and uploaded a brochure of Incoterms 2020 containing the most recent version of the Incoterms rules launched by the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC). The Coop’s brochure for Incoterms 2020 presents a chart explaining the responsibilities of exporters and importers in international trade. The Coop Incoterms brochure has been modernised and the fresh and simplified chart will allow members to easily share it with their clients and partners.
The Incoterms rules were first laid down back in 1936 by ICC to create a set of internationally accepted rules and definitions with regards to the delivery of goods among trading partners all over the world. Since then these rules have been periodically amended and the Incoterms 2020 comes with detailed notes and graphs for illustrating the liabilities of exporters and importers for each of the Incoterms rule.
As explained by Mr. John WH Denton AO, the Secretary General of Incoterms, “Incoterms 2020 rules make business work for everyone by facilitating trillions of dollars in global trade annually. Because they help importers and exporters around the world to understand their responsibilities and avoid costly misunderstandings, the rules form the language of international sales transactions, and help build confidence in our valuable global trading system.”
The Coop Incoterms brochure can be downloaded by clicking here.
Apart from all the news from the network and pertinent news from the sector, we have included various sections which will be of interest for our members
edition of Cooperative Logistics Network’s 2019 newsletter is out and the
PDF version can be viewed and downloaded from our website. Since The Coop’s 6th
Annual Meeting is knocking at the door we have included a page about the
Highlights of our Annual Meeting. As a continuation of our feature on The
Coop’s 5th Anniversary published in our September newsletter, we
have published more testimonials from our founder members who joined our
company and have been with us since the very first day!
Keep reading to find out about all the
important achievements of the Coop members in the last quarter of 2019. There
are also relevant news pieces from the industry which will surely throw some
light on the latest developments in the sector. Make sure to glance through the
page on our plans for 2020 and try your best to make them happen! Lastly, if
you want to get the news of your company published in our March newsletter, just
send us a few lines stating the recent accomplishment of your company and The
Coop’s PR team will create a piece of news which will be published on our news
section as well as our newsletter.
Cooperative Logistics Network is growing by on average three agents per week, and they can benefit from securing new business by cooperation, the alliance tells Air Cargo Week
The alliance says members are seeing business grow this year and are positive about their prospects.
“The feedback we are receiving from members is that business between members is growing. With every interaction or face to face meeting, agents get to know each other better and are therefore more willing to share business. Overall, I would say that cooperation in the network is at an all-time high.”
For the rest of 2016, the network is expected to expand and Cooperative Logistics Network will be launching new tools for members.
To read the full article, please click here and go to page 10.
Madrid, Spain – The Cooperative Logistics Network (The Coop) is celebrating a double century with the addition of its 200th office
Founded in 2006, Santa Marina Global Logistics in Shanghai, China, has been accepted to occupy The Coop’s 200th office. Like every member in the network, their reputation and financial credentials were thoroughly checked and verified.
“We are not simply collecting a membership fee; each and every agent is rigorously checked prior to entry, meaning all members can be confident in who they partnering with,” said Network Founder, Antonio Torres.
He continued, “Going it alone has been tried and tested and has failed for independent forwarders the world over, leaving them out in the cold whilst the multinationals scoop up all the business. The solution is a network like The Coop where agents cooperate to succeed.”