Advanced International Networks Ltd., a network group for logistics professionals
Gary Dale Cearley, Managing Director of Advanced International Networks Ltd., who operates business-to-business networks for logistics companies joins Enterprise Radio. Gary also puts on specialty events for the international independent freight forwarding and logistics industry.
- Could you tell us about Advanced International Networks Ltd and what you actually do? Who is your market?
- What makes you personally qualified to be a leader in this field?
- You have a successful industry related blog called Ex Works who people are seeming to find you on. Can you tell us how you came about writing this blog and what are the topics you are covering on it?
- I understand you recently launched a new specialty logistics network. Can you tell us a bit more about that?
- What is your Super Cargo Pros division? What services do you offer there and how does it fit into your over all business?
Gary Dale Cearley is the founder and owner of Advanced International Networks Ltd., which is also known as AIN. AIN is one of the best known and fastest growing international logistics networks in the world, tying together many of the world’s best known independent professional freight forwarding companies on every continent. AIN also has a division for hosting freight conferences around the world. Thus far over the past eleven years he and his team have put on successful international events in thirteen countries on four continents.
Gary Dale was an original co-founder and 50% share holder of the Global Project Logistics Network (GPLN), which was the largest network of its kind in the world when he sold his shares. He has more than 26 years experience in the international logistics industry in one form or the other and has lived in four different countries. He is also a polyglot, speaking several languages fluently, and currently lives in Bangkok, Thailand.
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