On the move: the latest East Midlands hires
Lincolnshire-based recruitment specialist Evo Services has added to its operations team with the introduction of a new role and the appointment of three new members of staff.
Edgar Geglis and Mindaugas Andrulionis, both from Boston, have joined the company as shift co-ordinators, working directly with clients across the East Midlands and East Anglia to organise worker assignments.
Evo Services has also recruited Ioana-Andreea Belciug to fill the newly created role of recruitment co-ordinator.
She is currently studying for professional qualifications in business administration and accountancy.
Steve Buttery, communication and sales director at Evo Services, said: “We’re delighted to welcome Edgar, Mindaugas and Ioana-Andreea to our team.
“Their appointments are a direct response to the increase in the number of clients and workers we’re managing. We’re keen to maintain our reputation as the recruitment specialists who can deal with any recruitment need, quickly and effectively.
“With the addition of the new staff we’ll be able to not only source talented people to help us provide more specialist support to our clients, but also manage our extensive team of workers much more effectively.”
Fusion Supply Chain Solutions, based in Colwick, Nottingham, has hired Craig Cox as its logistics, commercial
and Palletways manager.
The company provides 24/7 logistic and transportations support to The Wilkins Group – a global company that specialise in printed carton board packaging.
Cox said: “We currently operate 16 vehicles and 15 trailers, predominantly delivering freight for The Wilkins Group all over the country, as far north as Scotland, and as far south as Cornwall. About two years ago we started working with Palletways, providing a pallet network solutions to companies in Coalville, Loughborough, Ashby De La Zouch and parts of Leicester.
“The Palletways network covers the whole of the UK and Europe. It also offers full pallet tracking along with a notification of delivery ETA via text or email, a first for a pallet network. Palletways moved over 5.4 million pallets within the last 12 months.”
Fusion has also recently employed Anthony Wyatt as its sales executive.