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Our Membership

Our Membership

Our Membership


Professionally Managed and leading moving and freight forwarding organization in Pakistan offering best quality services national & worldwide.

International Association for Movers

IAM is a global association of movers and forwarders committed to providing customers with the highest level of service available. Our worldwide membership of over 2,000 companies from more than 170 countries and territories are available to move you wherever life may take you.

Islamabad Chamber of Commerce and Industries

Islamabad Chamber of Commerce & Industry which contains variety of information including overview of chamber’s activities, trade enquiries, international trade fairs and exhibitions, international tenders, feasibility study reports, important links of various national and international organizations, directory of members mentioning their fields of interest, trade directories of various countries, import and exports statistics, latest news about various events etc.

International Federation of Freight Forwarders Associations

FIATA, a non-governmental organisation, represents today an industry covering approximately 40,000 forwarding and logistics firms, also known as the “Architects of Transport”, employing around 8 – 10 million people in 150 countries.

Pakistan International Freight Forwarders Association

PIFFA The Pakistan International Freight Forwarders Association is having more than 500 Freight Forwarding companies as members, aims to provide effective representation and support for Pakistan freight services industry to observe the highest standards of professional competence.

Asian Relocation Association

Asians have the richest and the most varied cultural heritage , different languages which are spoken and written differently ..an Asian living in Jordan does not have the same mindset like his Asian brother living in Hongkong. so due to many reasons like this Asian Relocation & Moving Companies were devoid of a regional association which could focus on their needs.