On their "guide for authors," they state the following regarding referees:
(1) Please prepare a list of 8 (eight) proposed reviewers. You MUST include Full Names, Department, University, Country and Email Addresses for each proposed reviewer. It should be a globally geographically diverse list of potential reviewers; there should be no more than two suggested referees from any particular area/region/country. If you, or any of your co-authors, have submitted to our offices previously, please note that should not include reviewers on lists for your manuscripts in the last 2 years. All proposed reviewers MUST be fluent in English to ensure the integrity of each review and the correct processing of all manuscripts.
(2) Proposed reviewers MUST BE experienced, well published researchers who are knowledgeable in your area of research. The editor-in-chief depends heavily on your suggestions for the choice of reviewers and a list of weak reviewers can be the basis for rejecting a submission. (Also minimize the number of leaders in the field who are typically too busy to be reviewers.) In addition, proposed reviewers MUST NOT BE former co-authors, instructors, co-workers, advisors, students, nor have had any other personal/working/professional relationship with you or any of your co-authors.
Part of what drew me to the journal was the short article size and the quick publishing time, however I fail to see (1) how this process can allow for expedient publishing and (2) how to gather said referees. I am supposed to gather a list of referees from around the world that I do not know while also somehow making sure they are "not too busy" to act as a referee.
Is there any coherent way to accomplish a process such as this? How should I go about gathering said referees?