COMPETITION WATCH: OCS Express Freight & Logistics joins international logistics network

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The freight services division of OCS Express Freight & Logistics recently signed an agreement to join the Advanced Professional Logistics Network (APLN).

APLN brings together small and middle sized independent forwarders to build an international network.

The combined APLN network includes nearly 300 offices worldwide, each with expertise, knowledge and experience within their local markets and cultures to better serve the needs of customers worldwide.

"Through membership in APLN, OCS ensures our customers that we will continue to have the ability to service an ever increasing range of import and export freight forwarding needs," said Mackenzie Fribance, General Manager & Chief Operating Officer.

For more information on OCS Express Freight & Logistics, visit For more information on the Advanced Professional Logistics Network, visit

OCS, a Richmond, BC-headquartered company, was the recipient of the coveted Shipper’s Choice Award this year. The annual award, provided by Truck News sister publication Canadian Transportation and Logistics in partnership with the Canadian Institute of Traffic and Transportation (C.I.T.T.) and the Canadian Industrial Transportation Association (CITA), sets benchmarks for carrier performance in all modes and identifies the select group of carriers who exceed.

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