The WACO System, an exclusive global freight network for independent freight forwarders, appointed WWGC as its member for Pakistan in October 2016.
“This achievement reflects the company’s firm stance in the local market, and ensures that WACO members know that they are dealing with a reputable network partner in Pakistan,” said Hassan Madni, Director of Corporate Business Development, WWGC.
The accolade comes after a long and rigorous assessment process by IAG Cargo, which rewards companies annually for excellent customer support throughout the peak and lean seasons. IAG monitored the carrier’s internal systems, agent support programme, and the overall coordination between WWGC and its customers. WWG Consolidators was found to have exceeded in all its monitoring key performance indicators (KPI)s.
“It is wonderful to have WWGC recognised in this way, and by such a trusted organisation as IAG,” said Richard Charles, Executive Director, The WACO System.
“Pakistan has a rapidly growing economy, which is of great importance to our members, and we are delighted to be working with such a well-respected company.”
Headquartered in Karachi, Pakistan, WWGC was founded in 2008 and offers a wide spectrum of supply chain services globally, including airfreight and warehousing, out of Karachi, Lahore, Sialkot, Islamabad, and Peshawar in Pakistan.
IAG visited WWGC’s corporate offices in Karachi, Pakistan, to present the award officially in May 2017.
The WACO System has 112 members in 109 countries and holds two meetings a year facilitating hundreds of bilateral meetings for members to network and grow business.