An addition to the Warren Warehouse Team

15th November 2018

With increased pressure on our warehouse team as a result of continued growth, the decision was made to recruit an additional staff member, and fortunately for Warren, when Widdowson Logistics sadly went into Administration and redundancies were made, Kelly came knocking on our door. We are right next door - so she didn't have far to come!

Kelly has been with us a few months now and she brought with her a significant amount of warehouse experience.  Our Operations Director, David Whitaker commented. “Kelly has made a great start to her working life at Warren. She is a hard worker, an excellent forklift truck driver and she has fitted in to the team really well. Kelly is the first woman we have employed in the warehouse and she demonstrates the world of warehousing and logistics is a career path open to all.”

 


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