Wednesday, June 3, 2020

New Branch Manager at Europa in Nottingham

Europa Road, a division within Europa Worldwide Group, has announced four role changes across its UK branch network, recognising homegrown talent within the business.

This has resulted in four new Branch Managers for Nottingham, Leeds, Sheffield and Birmingham, where the Europa Road teams provide sales and account management for its Europaean road freight services. Combined, this team has more than 16 years of experience with Europa.

Joe Partner has been appointed as Branch Manager at Europa’s Nottingham branch office. Joe has worked within the company for more than two years, having previously worked within the industry for six years. Joe will be helping to lead a team of seven focusing on securing consignments across the East Midlands.

Highlighting the leading logistics firm’s growth strategy across its branch office network, the Branch Managers’ roles include a range of responsibilities from driving their teams forward to ensuring each customer consignment is delivered with speed and efficiency.

Dionne Redpath, Branch Network and Sales Director for Europa Road, said: “We are delighted to announce these internal appointments. As a company, Europa prides itself on working closely with it’s employees, offering development and guidance to aid career progression. As a company, we are growing and evolving, so this means we are always reviewing where we need to progress or hire staff to fill the gaps.

“Nuturing from within is key to our structure, and those who have been recognised thoroughly deserve the new positions given to them. We have no doubt they will use their skills to achieve fantastic results within their teams. If you work hard, you will be rewarded and there is a lot of opportunity here.”

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