Federation of Malaysian Freight Forwarders

FMFF

FMFF (Federation of Malaysian Freight Forwarders) was established in 1987 as a National Logistics Association. In 2000, FMFF was recognised by Ministry of Transport as the National Association representing logistics in Malaysia and internationally.

Collectively, FMFF has more than 1328 members nationwide in Selangor, Penang, Johor, Sarawak, Kota Kinabalu and Labuan. Selangor has the largest number of members, numbering 629. 

FMFF is represented in many forums such as Trade Facilitation Working Group (MITI), regular Dialogues with MITI, MOF, MOT, Customs (Private Sector-Customs Liaison Meeting). FMFF is a member of the Port Consultative Committee of Federal Ports and have regular meetings and dialogues with the Port/Terminal operators and State Customs Authorities. 

FMFF also sits on the Advisory Board of MOHE (Ministry of Higher Education) on Vocational Training. 

FMFF is also a member of FIATA (International Federation of Freight Forwarding Associations), FAPAA (Federation of Asia-Pacific Air Cargo Agents) and AFFA (Asean Federation of Forwarders Association). 

FMFF endorses relevant Conferences, Seminars, Training programs by Conference organizers and other Training providers that updates and enhance relevant knowledge and expertise in logistics. 

FMFF is also committed to implement a sustainable capacity development program for its members and the logistics industry at large by conducting the Foundation Course in Multi-modal transport and FIATA Diploma in Freight Forwarding. Presently, FMFF is collaborating with Malaysian University of Science & Technology in conducting the FIATA Diploma program and with UTAR (Centre for Extension Education) for the Foundation course.

Multimodal Transport (in collaboration with UNESCAP) and the FIATA Diploma in Freight Forwarding.

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