Abbey Logistics has contribute to a short film highlighting the careers available in logistics as part of National Lorry Week which starts on 16 November.
The haulage company was approached by The Road Haulage Association and the film features an interview with Liam Murray.
He is one of Abbey’s current apprentices and the film highlights some of the opportunities available for young people, not only within Abbey, but throughout the industry with structured earn while you learn schemes from companies in the sector.
Liam joined Abbey from school having taken part in the Think Logistics programme and is another example of the impact of the programme and its real-world effectiveness in introducing young people to the logistics sector.
Think Logistics now has more than 40 logistics companies providing support through internships, work experience, workshops in schools and colleges. Further support for this initiative is provided by industry trade bodies such as Logistics UK, The CILT and the Road Transport Association.
Also featured was Abbey’s liquids business unit director David Patten about his route into logistics, and Peter Cunningham, the firm’s transport and operations manager, who currently manages its bulk liquid food operation in Liverpool.
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