What does it really mean to work in logistics?

Many people think that working in logistics means driving a lorry or working in a warehouse, and this is true! However, the logistics sector covers a huge range of roles, many you might have heard about or seen the job title, but never really known what it entails. That’s where we come in…

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Below are just some of the roles, A-Z, that we are currently recruiting for or have placed candidates in previously.


  1. Assembler
  2. CNC Programmer/Operator
  3. Continuous Improvement Manager
  4. Distribution Manager
  5. Forklift Truck Operator
  6. Import/Export Clerk
  7. Inventory Operative
  8. Job Estimator
  9. Lean Manufacturing Champion
  10. Logistics Manager
  11. Materials Planner
  12. Production Administrator
  13. Production Operative
  14. Packer
  15. Stock Controller
  16. Transport Planner
  17. Transport Manager
  18. Van Driver
  19. Warehouse Operative


    Like the sound of any of these? Keen to find out what it takes? Don’t wait around, get in touch with your local expert to find out how you could kick-start a career in logistics.

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