Spatial Globals’ Rachel Morley elected Vice-Chair by the BIFA Board

The British International Freight Association

Rachel Morley, General Manager Freight at BIFA member company, Spatial Global, has been elected Vice-Chair by the BIFA Board. Morley was appointed a Director of BIFA in 2017 and chairs the trade association’s Midlands region.

John and Rachel’s wide ranging experience in helping to run successful freight forwarding companies will ensure that BIFA and its members will benefit greatly from these new appointments.

 

BIFA Director General Robert Keen goes on to say…

In welcoming John and Rachel into their new positions, I wish to express my appreciation for the contribution made by Mark Bromley over the past few years; and by Andrew Melton over the last 14 years. I am also pleased that Sir Peter has agreed to continue in office.

 

Rachel Morley, General Manager Freight, Spatial Global said:

It’s great to be recognised in an industry that is trying to attract more women and promote equality. BIFA is doing what a lot of organisations talk about, in that they appoint based upon who has the skills for the role.

 

BIFA Board Shuffles

New National Chair and Vice Chair elected and new Director appointed, John Stubbings has succeeded Mark Bromley as the elected National Chair of BIFA – the British International Freight Association – for a two-year period. Bromley becomes Immediate Past Chair for a two-year term.

 

Sir Peter Bottomley, MP, remains as BIFA President

Stubbings has been associated with BIFA for many years, and is currently Group Director and Company Secretary at the Woodland Group. He is also Chair of BIFA’s Legal and Insurance Policy Group.

Joining the Board as a Director is Charles Hogg, Commercial Director of Unsworth Global Logistics. Hogg is currently Chair of BIFA’s Maritime, Road and Rail Policy Group. He replaces Andrew Melton of Ligentia, who has stepped down after fourteen years’ service on the Board. Melton will continue to assist BIFA in a Council role as Vice President.



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