To receive the kind of recognition OIA Global has over the years requires dedication to excellence on a variety of levels.
OIA Global is a certified and licensed supply chain solutions provider with some of the industry’s highest accolades.
To receive the kind of recognition OIA Global has over the years requires dedication to excellence on a variety of levels. We not only strive to provide each of our clients with the highest quality service, but our staff of professionals aims for innovative solutions in all phases of the supply chain process, including creative packaging solutions few other logistics companies can provide. Below is just a short list of some of the certifications, licenses, and awards OIA has received.
Awards & Accolades
OIA was featured in Logistics Management and recognized by Armstrong & Associates in their 2017 list of the Top 50 Third-Party Logistics (3PL) Providers in the United States. Learn more about this recognition.
OIA was featured in Oregon Business magazine's 'The Private 150' list of Oregon's top 150 privately held companies, holding the #10 spot. Learn more about this recognition.
OIA Global has been recognized by a leading industry publication, Supply Chain Brain Magazine, as a Top 100 Great Supply Chain Partner in 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, and 2015. Nominations were submitted by customers and logistic professionals referencing OIA solutions, company efficiency, customer service, and overall performance. OIA is proud to have made the list in 2010, in 2011 for "always looking to improve the process", in 2012 for being "extremely accommodating and flexible", in 2013 for "proactive and true customer service", in 2014 for having "a 'customer first' corporate culture", in 2015 highlighting "though they have grown, they have not forgotten the personal touch".
In March of 2014, Procter & Gamble expressed their appreciation for Bellville Rodair, in their words, “for going the extra mile”. As we all know it is that extra mile that makes all the difference.
At a recent review, P&G said that Bellville Rodair is the best freight forwarder they work with. This was confirmed shortly afterward at a supplier meeting when nominated by two teams at P&G Newcastle, I Trade and Freight Audit, and presented with the P&G Collaboration Award 2014.
The first Global Freight Awards ceremony (formerly known as the IFW Awards) were held in London in November of 2012. Bellville Rodair was honored to receive the prestigious award of ‘Freight Forwarder of the Year‘ ahead of some of the most well-known companies in our industry. This completes a three-peat with Bellville Rodair also winning honors in the 2011 and 2010 competitions.
Freight and logistics professionals from all over the world flew in for a glittering evening of celebration at the 15th IFW Awards in November of 2011. Beating stiff competition, our Automotive team won the 'Supply Chain Partnership' award for their innovation with the Automotive Pallet.
Bellville Rodair’s fashion division was nominated as one of the finalists by BIFA in the Special Services category for its approach in offering innovative solutions to the challenge of shipping hanging garments.
Bellville Rodair's fashion division, Couture, was nominated as one of the finalists by BIFA in the Special Services category for its approach in offering innovative solutions to the challenge of shipping hanging garments.
Bellville Rodair’s was delighted to have won the “Rising Star” award at the annual Cathy Pacific Cargo Awards dinner. The award was collected by Spencer Davern on behalf of Belville Rodair Heathrow who received this award in recognition of their hard work, dedication, and increase in air cargo business.
In 2010, Belville Rodair was proud to win the prestigious IFW 'Project/Heavylift Forwarder of the Year' award for the excellent work carried out by our specialized Energy Team.
The highly commended recognition by IFW in winning the 'Project/Heavylift Forwarder of the Year' award pushed us to work even harder the following year.
Belville Rodair was among many entrants during what BIFA described as a "difficult year for the industry". The competition was tough and we were proud to be one of the finalists.
To meet international safety concerns, OIA earned C-TPAT certification in 2003, well ahead of U.S. Customs & Border Protection timing guidelines.
In 2000, OIA was granted the ISO 9001 certification by the International Organization for Standardization for processes geared to enhance quality management. This certification means that OIA is recognized for its processes: to fulfill the customer’s quality requirements, to meet applicable regulatory requirements, to achieve customer satisfaction, and for continual process improvements.
OIA is endorsed by Cargo Network Services (CNS), an International Air Transport Association (IATA) company, which allows us direct access to the most recent information and regulations concerning the movement of cargo throughout the world.
In 1994, OIA was officially licensed as a Non-Vessel Operating Common Carrier (NVOCC) by the Federal Maritime Commission (FMC).
In 1993, OIA was granted a license to operate as a Customs House Broker (CHB) by U.S. Customs & Border Protection.
OIA is fully trained to be compliant with all U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT), International Maritime Dangerous Goods (IMDG), and International Air Transport Association (IATA) regulations concerning new security rules for the movement and handling of hazardous material shipments.
OIA strategically partners with integrated packaging converting partners. Our supply base includes Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) Chain of Custody (CoC) Certifications.
Member of the World Cargo Alliance (WCA) since 2012.