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The British International Freight Association (BIFA) has appointed David Stroud as its new policy and compliance adviser, responsible for logistics issues relating to air freight, security and sustainable logistics.
An experienced air fright professional, Mr Stroud has held senior management roles with DHL Global Forwarding, Tigers Global Logistics and NNR Global Logistics.
He is replacing Mike Jones, who is taking on the responsibilities of Colin Young, BIFA’s regional consultant for London west and south-west, who retired earlier this year.
Mr Stroud will work alongside executive director Robert Windsor and Pawal Jarza, policy and compliance advisor on customs in BIFA’s Policy & Compliance department. He also becomes the manager of BIFA’s Air Policy Group.
Director general Robert Keen said: “We welcome David and are sure that his experience working for some of the world’s leading freight forwarding and logistics companies over the last 30 years will help our policy and compliance department to fulfil its role of providing effective representation and support for BIFA members within the broader context of the UK and international freight services industry.”