About Us – The Logistics Associations

The Logistics Association’s goal is a simple one;   to provide our members with the influence, insight and support necessary to compete and prosper.

The emergence of globalisation and intense competition has created a pressing need for a truly multi-modal trade body dedicated to advancing the interests of logistics operators worldwide.  That trade body for the world of logistics is The Logistics Association (TLA) .

As an industry thought leader , TLA represents all logistics operators through advocacy, networking and education.

Our main areas of focus include encouraging best practice throughout the supply chain by showcasing excellence and innovation.  We champion the adoption of corporate social responsibility within organisations,  as well as initiatives to encourage improved staff training,  apprenticeships,  mentoring and  recruitment.

TLA is open for membership to organizations of all sizes looking to grow by collaborating with other specialist domestic and international partners across the world.  TLA invites you to explore new and better business opportunities by joining a dynamic network of like-minded partners from across the globe.

Our Mission

Our mission is to provide an international forum for networking and the promotion and development of the logistics and supply chain profession.

Meet the Team

Picture of our Chairman Kizzi Nkwocha

Kizzi Nkwocha – Chairman

Kizzi Nkwocha is the publisher of My Logistics Magazine, The Entrepreneurs Magazine, The Property Investor and The UK Newspaper.  He is the former editor of International Freighting Weekly (IFW) and published the logistics handbook,  Logistics: Today and Tomorrow.

Kizzi Nkwocha made his mark in the UK as a publicist, journalist and social media pioneer.

As a widely respected and successful media consultant he has represented a diverse range of clients including the King of Uganda, and Amnesty International.  Nkwocha has also produced and presented both radio and TV shows in the UK, Cyprus and Spain.


Image of our Chiarman Caroline SeearCaroline Seear – Chairman

Caroline Seear is the CEO of the Red Group, who specialise in the recruitment for the Logistics industry and Co-owner of The Logistics Magazine.

Caroline has always had an interest & heavy involvement within all aspects of Logistics, with over 20 years’ experience within the industry. Starting as a Recruitment Consultant herself, Caroline was quick to take the plunge, starting Red Recruit Ltd in 2002 – which has gone from strength to strength.

Caroline is now using her wealth of knowledge and experience to help build The Logistics Association. Aiming to bring the industry together and provide a service to increase its continued growth.

Our Partners

Frequently Asked Questions

There are a number of ways in which you can get in contact with us, you can email us at hello@thelogisticsassociation.com, use our Contact Us form OR put pen to paper and write to us at 2 Atlantic Square, Station Road, Witham, Essex, CM8 2TL.

The Logistics Association offers a range of different services, from Lobbying to Networking and all the Information about Issues and Trends in the Logistics industry.

For further information about our services, visit our services page.

We’re always looking for friendly, hard-working and passionate people to join our ever-growing team, if you’re interested in working with us then please send in your CV and covering letter to careers@thelogisticsassociation.com, with the subject line Careers at TLA.

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