Federation of Freight Forwarders’ Associations in India (FFFAI) is the Apex Body
and the Sole Representative of 24 Member Associations from all over India representing
5000 Custom Brokers and Freight Forwarders (employing over 1,00,000 people) and
controlling ninety per cent of India’s international logistics trade. In addition,
organisations who are directly or indirectly connected with freight forwarding, shipping
and commerce are also associated with FFFAI.
ACAAI is the premier recognised National Association representing the air cargo industry
in India. Founded in 1970 with 16 members, ACAAI currently has a strength of almost 600
members. ACAAI has its Head Office at Mumbai with 8 Regional offices located at New
Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Kolkata, Bangalore, Kerala (Trivandrum & Cochin), Ahmedabad
and Hyderabad. The association works closely with the government ministries,
departments, airlines, airport operators, freight forwarders, custom brokers, bonded
truckers and international associations such as IATA, FIATA, FAPAA on behalf of its
AMTOI is registered as a non-profit making body under the Indian Companies Act and its
core managing committee consists of seven members. The managing Committee is
supplemented by Special Invitees who are experts in the industry. AMTOI has Extended
Board that has nominated representatives from other trade bodies like ACAAI , ACTO,
INSA, IPPTA, CSLA, MANSA, WISTA, CAI, FFFAI, CFSAI, FEDSAI, ICCSA, ACFI, NACFS, AIMTC,
AITWA, WAI, HTOA.
SME Chamber of India, a premier national Chamber has been working for the development of
SMEs from manufacturing, service sectors and allied industrial / business sectors for
the last 30 years. The Chamber integrates SMEs, large corporates, MNCs, banks,
investors, policy makers, Young & Women entrepreneurs and Start–Ups to
establish and enhance contacts for better business growth and expansion.
As the exclusive representative of Food Processing Industry in the country, All India
Food Processors’ Association (AIFPA) has always undertaken the responsibility of
policy interventions with the concerned Government Agencies, to bring about necessary
changes as and when required, in order to mitigate the bottlenecks which hinder the
growth of Food Processing Sector in the country. Alleviating the problems of the MSME
sector which produces over 85% of the food has for ever been the endeavour of AIFPA.