NAFL stands for the National Association of Freight and Logistics. It was previously named NCFF - or National Committee of Freight Forwarders.
The NAFL was the Arabian Gulf's first national freight forwarders association. Founded in February 1992 in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, NAFL was formed primarily to bring together in one body all the major players in the UAE freight forwarding, logistics and shipping industry.
Broadly, its main goal is to ensure the UAE's leading position and Dubai's pre-eminence in the international freight and transportation fields. NAFL is a member of FIATA, the International Federation of Freight Forwarders Associations, based in Zurich, Switzerland.
News & Updates
- The relationship between the two powerhouse companies began in January 2018 when they partnered to provide finished vehicle logistics services to Almajdouie Auto (MMC), the importer of Hyundai in Saudi Arabia.
- I joined NAFL to bring in innovation and advanced usage of technology to the industry as well wanted to change the way business was being handled, to steer it towards a more ethical and sustainable way of business practice.
- Nadia Abdul Aziz, President, National Association of Freight and Logistics (NAFL), has become the first Emirati female from the United Arab Emirates to be nominated as Vice-President on the Global Extended Board of the International Association of Freight Forwarders (FIATA).
The National Association of Freight & Logistics was established on the principle of providing a platform for the local companies that engage in freight forwarding and transport logistics services.
Dear members, for your satisfaction. In the case you are not happy with our service, you can write to us and we will try our best to offer our best services. In case you are still unhappy, we will reimburse you the membership fees and cancel your membership. The Please note: in the case, a member is engaged in unethical or illegal work practices, we will be forced to cancel their membership and stop sending them emails on our activities. The same applies if a company/owner is involved in court cases that tarnish the association/countries reputation. If a member engages in contacting the office for personal reasons other than member services we will be forced to take legal action. If a member tries to contact out member in order to create problems for the association, NAFL will be forced to take legal action.