JR Global Logistics provided services related to overseas voting to the Australian Electoral Commission for the 2004 federal election.
The AEC very much appreciates the manner in which you conducted the delivery and return of election material for the 2004 federal election. We were particularly impressed with your ability to supply one hundred Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade overseas posts with their ballot material and meet (and in man cases exceed) our tight delivery timeframes.
We were also pleased with your ability to overcome the difficulties associated with delivering into countries in the Middle East and South America.
Thank you to you and your staff for your efforts in managing the delivery of our time critical election material to and from overseas posts. We are extremely satisfied with the service provided by JR Global.
Assistant Commissioner Elections
Dear Mr. Robert
This is an acknowledgment of your services provided to us in our last two major Australian Education Exhibitions in Pakistan.
We very much appreciate flawless work your organisation did to collect the education material from the different Universities around Australia and sending to Pakistan on timely manner.
Your support & assistance in handling/collecting universities /institutions printed material around Australia and shipping it to Pakistan has been extra-ordinary, very effective, timely mannered, which helped us for an excellent, successful organisation of running those education promotion in Pakistan.
We are satisfied with your services and look forward to give your more business in future for further promotional activities etc.
Thank you once again for your personal efforts.
I am writing to thank you for all your assistance over the past four or five years and especially since starting JR Global Logistics.
I have been impressed by your ability to overcome problems that other freight forwarders have not been able to come to terms with, especially getting freight into the former Republic of Yugoslavia and to some of the more difficult areas of South America and the Middle East where we have offices. You set an example for others to try to emulate with your ability to have a shipment to 90 odd officers around the world in place within seven days.
Unfortunately, with my change of job, I will not be working with you a agreat deal in the future and I want to express my thanks for your help when I was responsible for the distribution of the Department’s publications and for your friendship which I hope will continue.
I wish you all the best in your future endeavours.
Public Affairs, Informaiton and Publishing Section
17 January 1995