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Logistics Recruitment appoints new National Business Development Manager

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In a move to further enhance their service capabilities, Logistics Recruitment has appointed Miriam Gencer as their National Business Development Manager for Casual Labour Hire.

With 10 years Labour Hire expertise, Miriam’s focus will be building collaborative service-driven programs in a growing number of key industry sectors and explore market growth opportunities across the eastern seaboard states.

According to Darryl Judd, General Manager, Logistics Recruitment “Miriam brings a wealth of experience across labour hire, permanent recruitment and executive search which fits perfectly with Logistics Recruitment’s collaborative service partnerships.”

“Miriam has strong understanding of the Australian labour hire market and combined with her leadership skills, I have no doubt that she will assist Logistics Recruitment to reaffirm its position as a market leader in recruitment for the Supply Chain & Logistics industry.” says Mr Judd.

“Having worked in the recruitment industry for many years now, I am proud to be working alongside some of the best Logistics recruiters in the industry,” Ms Gencer said.

“During the next six months I intend to build on Logistics Recruitments’ existing services and develop innovative and leading-edge programs and processes,”

“I will be spending a lot of time with our clients, listening to their needs and wants, building our existing labour hire division skills and expertise, and preparing a strong foundation for the next exciting chapter in the Logistics Recruitment future.” she said.

Miriam will be based in the Sydney office of Logistics Recruitment. Logistics Recruitment has a talent pool of over 45,000 candidates globally and their international reach spans China, Singapore, Middle East, Europe, Africa through to Australia and New Zealand.

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