2015 IAM Logistics Network (ILN) Newsletter - December 2015
In this Issue:
- 2016 Regional Meeting in Singapore
- New ILN Members
- Expanded Program for the IAM Logistics Network
- Business Connections through ILN Log Board
- Maintain Your Company's ILN Online Directory Profile
- Quick Links
- Highlight Your Company in The Portal Magazine
- ILN Logo
- Help Us Expand the Network
|IAM Logistics Network (ILN) eNewsletter
|Register for the 2016 ILN Regional Meeting|
The 2016 ILN Regional Meeting will be held March 1-4, 2016, at the Regent Hotel in Singapore. This meeting is in conjunction with the Combined Logistics Networks (CLN)Annual Meeting so you can connect with fellow ILN Members as well as CLN members.
Register before January 16, 2016, to obtain the early bird rate. Space is limited so book as soon as possible!
Recognizing New ILN Members
Welcome to the newest ILN Members. Learn more about each company by clicking into their ILN Online Directory profile.
Tong-In International Co., Ltd. - South Korea
Zuhal Pack International - UAE
Hoyt's International - Canada
HLogistics (HLog) - Cameroon
The Pasha Group - USA
|Expanded Program for the IAM Logistics Network|
|ILN Logistics Board (Log Board)|
IAM's primary goal with the ILN is to connect our members with new sources of business. To accomplish this, IAM is launching the ILN Log Board where we will post business opportunities from different sources.
If your company is bidding on logistics business and have a question, post it on the Log Board. Also, if your company has won a logistics project and you need a partners overseas, post it on the Log Board to see if a fellow ILN Member can help out.
|Maintain Your Online Directory Profile|
Once logged in, click on "Manage ILN Member Profile" to review and edit your profile. To edit your company profile, click on the icon to the left of "Preview Referral." To review your company profile, click on the "Preview Referral" link.
Since it is a new tool, we will be looking to improve it with your feedback. To provide feedback and recommendations, submit your comments on the ILN Social Cafe Community.
|Quick Links: Logistics News and Education|
Russia and China plan to spend $3 billion to build two rail corridors aimed at encouraging the movement of containerized freight from the northeastern provinces of China to Russia's Far-East ports.
The "new normal" for the sector is tougher than for many other industries. Here's how transportation and logistics businesses can increase their economic profit.
One of the great things about the internet is the availability of free resources. One such resource is the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) class on Logistics and Supply Chain Fundamentals, which you can use for yourself or your employees.
IAM members can receive daily industry news stories through an email subscription. Just enter your email on the IAM newsfeed webpage on the IAM website and have relevant news delivered to your inbox every day.
|Highlight Your Company in The Portal Magazine|
|Reminder to Use ILN Logo|
IAM encourages all ILN members to incorporate the Logistics Network's new logo into your marketing materials, business cards, and email signatures to show that you are logistics professionals. This logo design captures the international element of logistics through the incorporation of the globe, and the gears represent the diverse - and often interconnected - nature of the logistics sectors.
The logo's shape is reminiscent of a key, and the tagline, "The Key to Success in Logistics," spells out what we all strive for in the ILN.
The logos can be downloaded on the ILN Community on the IAM Social Cafe. Just login and get started. If you've forgotten your username and password, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Expand the ILN Network!|
The ILN aims to match up companies working in logistics across the globe. By expanding the network, we expand our ability to connect and partner for our customers. Do you know a colleague in logistics that is not part of the ILN? Forward this newsletter, invite them to join the ILN, and grow the network for even more worldwide capabilities.