IAM Logistics Network (ILN) eNewsletter
November 2014
Dear ILN Member, 


 

IAM is excited to introduce a new tool to help build your logistics business - the 

ILN Online Directory. In this issue of the eNewsletter, you will learn more about this tool and how you can use it. We will also recap the meetings we had in Orlando this past month and present the new ILN promotional video. 
 
In This Issue
ILN Online Directory - Revamped and Ready for use!
New ILN Members
Recap of ILN Sessions at the IAM Annual Meeting
New ILN Video
ILN Social Café Community
IAM Newsfeed
ILN Logo
ILN Online Directory Launch
 

We are excited to unveil the new ILN Online DirectoryThis tool provides you with the ability to easily search and browse for companies that can assist you with your various logistics projects.

 

You will also have the ability to update and expand your profile based on your company's services and capabilities. To do so, log in to Self-Service Menu on the IAM WebsiteIf you do not know your log in information, you can recover it through the website.

 

Once logged in, click on "Manage ILN Member Profile" to review and edit your profile. To edit your company profile, click on the icon to the left of "Preview Referral". To review your company profile, click on the "Preview Referral" link. 

 

The ILN Online Directory will be open to the public and will thus serve as a connection point between you and non-ILN potential customers as well.

 

Since it is a new tool, we will be looking to improve it with your feedback. To provide feedback and recommendations, submit your comments on the ILN Social Cafe Community 
New ILN Members

We want to extend a warm ILN welcome to the following new members:

 

A1 Global Logistics Services - Philippines

Action Global Forwarding LTD - United Kingdom

Bournes International Moves - United Kingdom

Express Transports S.A. - Peru

Korea Transport Mobility & Solutions - South Korea

Rainier Overseas Movers, Inc - United States

Recap of ILN Business Session 

Now in its second year, the IAM Logistics Network (ILN) met for its annual business session on Oct. 9.

 

This year's agenda covered the group's first Regional Meeting in Antwerp this past May and what the potential options are for 2015; the establishment of an ILN Advisory Board composed of volunteer members; the development of an ILN online directory; and IAM's decision to launch a new nonprofit called IAM Here 2 Help (H2H). Related to the Here 2 Help initiative, IAM invited the Executive Director of the American Logistics Aid Network (ALAN), Kathy Fulton, to speak about ALAN's mission and how they can partner with the ILN.

 

At the conclusion of the business session, attendees networked with fellow members at the ILN Cocktail Hour. 

New ILN Promotional Video
IAM Logistics Network

 



ILN Community on IAM Social Cafe

Join Us on the IAM Social Caf´┐Ż

 

ILN Members can now email, post discussion threads and interface with each other instantaneously in the ILN Community. Members can safely access and share archived versions of files. Igniting conversation is simple with the ability to share and attach documents directly within your community.

 

Learn more about the communities on the Social Cafe:

Discussion Groups for Connected Community by Higher Logic
Discussion Groups for Connected Community by Higher Logic

 

You can recover your IAM Member login on the IAM website  or request a login if you do not already have one. 

 

 

Sign Up for IAM Newsfeed

IAM's Newsfeed provides excellent information daily about global logistics

 

IAM members can receive daily industry news stories via an RSS reader. Subscribe in your browser; choose "Live Bookmarks," and select where you want the RSS bookmark to live (on the bookmark toolbar on in the bookmark menus). 

 

You can also subscribe by email and receive a daily digest.

If you have questions or need assistance, contact Carl.Weaver

 

Reminder to Use ILN Logo
IAM encourages all ILN members to incorporate the Logistics Network's new logo into your marketing materials, business cards, and email signatures to show that you are logistics professionals. This logo design captures the international element of logistics through the incorporation of the globe, and the gears represent the diverse - and often interconnected - nature of the logistics sectors. 

The logo's shape is reminiscent of a key, and the  tagline, "The Key to Success in Logistics", spells out what we all strive for in the ILN. 
 
The logos can be downloaded on the ILN Community on the IAM Social Cafe