Preferential BIFA membership rates end

March 2005
Logistics & Transport Focus;Mar2005, Vol. 7 Issue 2, p5
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This article reports on the plan of the British Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport to write to all those British International Freight Association (BIFA) members who have joined and benefited as of March 2005 to remind them that their membership is due for renewal at the normal Institute annual subscription rates, which differ depending on institute grade. However with so many BIFA members still eligible to join, if you are able to sign up two extra colleagues who each remain a member for at least three months, then the Institute will renew their membership at the current discounted rate. Taking advantage of this offer could not be easier. Simply ask your colleagues to contact the Membership Services Department prior to 1st April, quoting their BIFA membership number and previous grade, as well as your name as their referee. Alternatively, please contact the Membership team yourself for a small supply of membership forms that your colleagues should complete and return by 1st April 2005. Any ex-BIFA individual members who would now like to join have until 1st April 2005 to benefit for the specially reduced annual subscription rates, which are only available to BIFA members.


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