British International Freight Association adds new member to its Board
Feb 07, 2017: Rachel Morley has joined the Board of Directors of the British International Freight Association (BIFA), replacing Carson McMullan who has stepped down having been on the Board since 2009.
Rachel is general manager for operations at BIFA Member Company, Spatial Global based at Castle Donnington in the East Midlands and is a graduate member of the Institute of Exports.
She joined Spatial in 1998, having earlier gained extensive trade experience in the shipping department at Boots and also worked for HSBC, where she qualified as a Certified Documentary Credit Specialist.
Robert Keen, director general, BIFA, said, “We welcome Rachel’s election from the BIFA regional council.”
“She has had an excellent record of achievement since she joined the industry and has played a prominent role in BIFA’s regional activities.”
“I am also pleased that whilst Carson has left the BIFA Board after a seven-year term, he wants to maintain his association with the industry and has been appointed a consultant representing BIFA in Northern Ireland.”
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