Working in transport and logistics is far more than being stuck in dusty and grimy warehouses. Nor do you have to drink coffee and grumble all day or drive day in day out, or all through the night. The industry is competitive and modern courier Sussex operations are smooth running and professional businesses. Having the following skills and skill sets will help you in gaining employment in logistics and transport:
- A Driving Licence. Unless work that is more behind the scenes and desk based is what you’d prefer, most people working in logistics and transportation will be full licence holders. You may even consider gaining a truck or heavy vehicle licence.
- Organisational Skills. Are you the kind of person who has the ability to keep track of multiple things to be remembered and enjoys keeping on top of tasks? If so, transport and logistics would suit you, the jobs in this field often require excellent organisational skills.
- Customer Service Skills. In a competitive industry such as logistics and transport, having great customer service skills means that clientele are kept happy, which in turn garners more work for the company. Both your company and customers will be thanking you for doing your job in a professional and courteous manner.
- This in an industry where sudden changes can and do happen. It is important that you will be flexible and not rigid in your day to day planning to help ensure the smooth operation of the business.