How to join FIDI
In you wish to join FIDI, we would encourage you to first check that you qualify for affiliation, to review the application procedure and costs, and then complete the FIDI application form.
Do you qualify for FIDI membership?
To join The FIDI Global Alliance you must fulfill the following mandatory requirements;
- comply with FIDI's regulations
- operate in intercontinental moving services for at least 2 years prior to application
- perform a minimum of 10 intercontinental moves per year*
- have appropriate and adequate insurance cover
- sign the FIDI Anti-Bribery and Anti-Corruption Charter (FIDI ABC Charter)
- be financially healthy (your financial health will be checked by an independent auditor during the application phase)
- be FIDI-FAIM certified (you will apply for FAIM certification at the same time that you apply for FIDI membership)
How to apply
The Application procedure
- Purchase the FAIM documentation (1000 EUR)
- Once you have assessed if you meet the FAIM requirements, submit the self-assessment and supporting documents as required to the FAIM Coordination Centre (FCC)
- Provided you meet the pre-requisites, you enter into a 28 day objection phase where existing FIDI Affiliates have 28 days to lodge any objections about your potential FIDI Affiliation ( the objection can only relate to knowledge that you do not fulfill a FAIM Criteria only)
- If the 28 day period is passed without objection, the FAIM audit will be scheduled
- Once you pass the FAIM compliance procedure succesfully, you will be required to pay the FIDI entrance and membership fees and will then be published as a FIDI Affiliate with full access to all FIDI Services.
If you require further information or clarification before applying, please do not hesitate to contact;
Lydia Cope, FIDI Customer Relations Officer, email@example.com, +322 426 4755.
In addition to the affiliation of head offices, groups can also apply for membership of branches at a discounted rate, once one company is already part of the FIDI Global Alliance.
FIDI defines a branch as a non-headquarter office located in the same sovereign country as the company's headquarters.