Thursday 20th Oct 2016 - Logistics Manager

On the move

Hellmann appoints ten account managers

Hellmann Worldwide Logistics UK has appointed ten account managers as it begins the second phase of its development programme in sales.

The move follows the appointment of 11 account managers in December and the team is planned to grow to a total of 26.

The Hellmann Account Manager Scheme was launched in 2009 and resulted in a 12 per cent increase in revenue on the European Road Freight product, during its first year, and a further increase of 18 per cent was recorded in 2010.

Commercial director Matthew Marriott said: “Despite the continuation in economic uncertainty, we have not been deterred by the slow growth of the UK’s economy and feel that the new account managers will prove to become valuable assets to the growth and success of the business.”

Human resources manager for SBS

SBS Worldwide has hired Tammy Copping to take on the newly created role of human resources manager.

Copping, is Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development qualified and has more than ten years’ experience in HR, having previously worked in the construction and project management industries.

She said: “I’m hitting the ground running by getting actively involved with recruitment, inductions, communications, employee engagement activities, as well as training and development.”

Euroway role for Johnson

Euroway Group has appointed Lee Johnson fleet service manager based at Leighton Buzzard.

He will report to technical director Robert Oliphant and be responsible for developing relationships with existing and new suppliers, and supporting the FleetSure fleet management programme.