Recognition and associations that matter
We are committed to delivering professional services of the highest standard and hold the following memberships and accreditations.
The Authorised Economic Operator accreditation is designed to simplify fiscal compliance, safeguard security and support supply chain risk management. Border processes are more efficient and faster for approved businesses and their clients as they are recognised as low risk and less likely to be delayed due to examinations.
AEO accreditation is likely to become a critical capability post-Brexit.
We are corporate members of our trade association, the British International Freight Association and, as active members of the management board, we take a leading role in driving our industry’s direction and policy.
Unsworth promote individual professional development, and the professional development of the freight forwarding sector, through active engagement with the Chartered Institute of Logistics & Transport.
IATA is the trade association representing approximately 250 commercial airlines worldwide, accounting for more than 84% of total air traffic. IATA’s mission is to represent, lead and serve the airline industry.