When it comes to logistics certification — a field that’s gaining traction as an emerging industry in the US — the best and most popular options for businesses and organizations have all been created by the same firm: Kenco Logistics.
Today, the company is making its presence felt in the logistics industry with the launch of its Logistics Engineer certification.
It’s a certification that’s designed to help businesses increase efficiency, cut costs, and provide better value to their customers.
And Kenco is not the only one looking to improve the efficiency of their operations.
With this new certification, Kenco has become the go-to certification company when it comes down to the most basic tasks, like finding and selecting the best suppliers, and then delivering products to your door.
“Our customers are asking for us to be a leader in logistics certification,” says Kenco CEO Jim Clark.
“It’s critical that we be a provider of high-performing certification for a wide range of organizations.”
In addition to its certification, the firm also offers a training course that helps businesses prepare for and prepare for logistics jobs.
As a result, it’s becoming more and more common for companies to look for and hire skilled logistics professionals, especially those with a strong background in engineering, IT, and data analysis.
While it’s a tough gig, it pays well.
A survey of 500 logistics professionals by McKinsey & Company showed that a top-tier logistics company can expect to pay $12.35 per hour for a professional with a bachelor’s degree, or $27.90 per hour as a master’s.
“This is a growing industry, and companies are looking for the right people,” says Kasey Ketchum, a partner at Ketchup LLP, who specializes in logistics.
“We’re seeing a lot of companies that have a lot more money invested in logistics, so it’s more of a challenge for them to get the right skills.
There are companies that are paying for the very best and best qualified, and it can make them very competitive.”
The best way to find the right candidate is to look at the types of jobs that require a skill set that’s appropriate for the job and company, says Ketchun.
“If you can be a great leader, that’s really the best way,” he says.
“The best way is to work with the right company, because they can provide that training and the right experience.”
A good fit for a company The most important aspect of a successful career in logistics is a great fit for the company, according to Clark.
As the CEO of a company that has over 30,000 employees, he’s well aware of how important it is for a person to fit the company’s mission, culture, and values.
“I think a lot people overlook the importance of having a good fit,” he said.
“Being a good leader is important, but being the right fit is much more important.
A great fit can be one that’s aligned with your values, your vision for the business, and your goals.
The best leaders are people who have a clear vision for their company, who want to be the best they can be, and who are willing to go above and beyond to help others achieve their goals.”
Ketchuns career path The logistics job market is constantly changing, and Ketchups journey has been a little bit of a roller coaster.
“There was this huge boom in the mid-2000s when we were a young company, and we went from having zero customers to having over 20,000,” he explains.
“At the same time, there was a huge growth in the use of technology and automation, so there were opportunities for the tech sector to grow.
We had a lot to learn, and a lot was being done by us.
The company was an amazing success, and my wife and I took a big risk and bought a business. “
We started our own marketing company, which we still do today.
The company was an amazing success, and my wife and I took a big risk and bought a business.
“When I joined Kenco, we were just a small startup. “
After we got the business started, we started looking for a partner who could take us to the next level,” he adds.
“When I joined Kenco, we were just a small startup.
We didn’t have any funding and were looking for help.
We felt like Kenco was an obvious fit.
Kenco was so supportive of our business decision, and their support and their investment was huge. They