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Using our 35+ years of sector experience we can quickly source, evaluate and interview leading supply chain logistics specialists from around the world who can help your business set the industry standard in terms of efficiency, customer service and cost-effectiveness.

Supply Chain Logistics Recruitment - Martin Veasey

More importantly, we can deliver you the right people, right away thanks to our proactive way of working and comprehensive global talent pool. After all, we’re increasingly living in an always-on world where 24/7 access to the goods we want is no longer the exception, but the norm.

Here are just a few reasons why we’re trusted to deliver in this sector:

  • As an independent consultancy our supply chain logistics recruitment specialists will adapt to your unique business challenges, whether that’s rapidly increasing globalisation or the rise and rise of e-technologies.
  • We work with leading organisations around the world and have placed supply chain and logistic talent in over 42 countries.
  • Our proven approach involves evaluating the core personality traits and transferable competencies that will have a positive and lasting impact on your supply chains.

If you’re looking for a role in supply chain and logistics be sure to check out our latest vacancies or ping us your CV.


In their own words

“Martin Veasey Talent Solutions have been one of our most trusted strategic recruitment partners for some time. Both Martin and Roheela always thoroughly review proposed role profiles extremely rigorously and take time out to discuss them through on a case by case basis in detail. In most circumstances, we have tended retain them for a full search and selection process, carefully identifying potential candidates through from first & potentially second screening interviews. Shortlists of prescreened potentials candidates have always been very strong and a high call forward rate to take forward to first interview is a testament to this. Candidates are always very well briefed on our business, our specific issues, the team, the culture  & how the role will fit in. candidates regularly feedback on their professionalism and cite they have been passionate about attracting the top talent for our business. They are seen as an extension of our own team.
They have never failed to find a candidate for a role assignment I’ve asked them to handle.”

– Head of Supply Chain and Logistics, Global Manufacturing Sector


Role up, role up

Here are just some of the supply chain and logistics positions we’ve filled for our UK and international clients over the years. Unable to see the role you’re looking for? Don’t worry, just get in touch and we’ll see how we can help.


Typical Roles:

  • Sales and Demand Forecasting & Planning S & OP
  • Capacity, Production Planning & Scheduling
  • Purchasing and Supply Management
  • Materials & Inventory Management
  • Customer Supply Planning
  • eCommerce & eFulfilment
  • Last Mile Solutions
  • Logistics, Warehousing, Transport & Distribution
  • Freight Forwarding and Shipping, Import and Export
  • Outsourced Logistics Solutions & Value-Added Services
  • Logistics Business Development, Sales, Key Account Management & Solutions Design
  • Inter & Multi-modal logistics including Rail & Sea Freight
  • Strategic Planning & Development
  • Logistics and Supply Chain Consultancy & Project Management
  • Transport and Logistics Planning and Analysis
  • Third Party Contract Logistics Services
  • 3PL/4PL

Let’s get down to details

From entry level to boardroom, interim to permanent, UK to international, we’ll uncover the best active and passive talent out there. Salaries in this sector generally range from £40,000-£120,000+.

Put our Recruitment Solutions to the test:

  • Executive Search and Headhunting
  • Advertised Selection
  • Fast-track Contingency/Database Search
  • International, Multiple Role and Team Recruitment

Take advantage of our HR and Talent Management services:

  • Psychometric Testing
  • Career and Executive Coaching
  • Talent and Strategy Planning
  • Outplacement

Intrigued? Let’s talk

To find out how our tried, tested and trusted insight and innovation can deliver you the brightest supply chain and logistics talent call +44 (0)1905 381320 or email info@martinveasey.com.

Get in Touch                         A Few Kind Words                              Place a Vacancy

 


 

For more information please click on the links below to read one of our blog articles or download a report or guide.

Blogs

The Benefits of a Robust Supply Chain Talent Pipeline

6 Ways to Develop Your Supply Chain and Logistics Talent Pipeline in 2020

Reports and Guides

How to Develop your Supply Chain and Logistics Talent Pipeline
 

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£35000 - £45000 per annum Excellent Blue Chip Benefits

SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGER - EMEA

"Experienced FMCG Inventory Supply Planning and Demand Forecasting Specialist required to manage imported Inventory ensuring optimum On Shelf Availability and On Time in Full Order Fulfilment."

Oxfordshire (Hybrid Office and Working from Home)

£40-45000 (Dependent On Experience) Excellent Benefits

 

Managing inventory requirements isn't easy at the best of times. As someone experienced in demand planning and inventory forecasting, you'll know that feeling well.

However, when there are the combined effects of a pandemic, container ships getting stuck in the Suez Canal, and the UK has a whole new world of international trade procedures to work out, it all becomes that bit more challenging.

But maybe you're the kind of person who's secretly enjoyed those challenges?

Perhaps you've been working as part of a demand planning team and feel that now's the right time to move into a role where you can be the subject matter expert? Or, possibly, you're an experienced supply chain manager who loves the analytical part of the job and could bring your knowledge to a new company.

Your background will include working in an FMCG environment, supplying goods to retail/wholesale/e-commerce. You'll need excellent supply planning and demand forecasting capabilities and be used to dealing with large data sets and modelling scenarios in Excel to ensure adequate supply to fulfil orders/promotions.

Our client needs someone like you to take responsibility for their inventory purchasing and availability forecasting function. They're based in the UK and supply domestic consumer products to an impressive portfolio of well-known retailers and sell directly to the end customer.

All their products are manufactured in the Far East, and the United States, so you'll be able to bring your prior knowledge of working with manufacturers in those countries. Our client doesn't export, so all the focus of this role is around importing and inbound product management.

They currently know their demand planning and availability forecasting needs to be more robust as they struggle for availability, so that's your first challenge to overcome. As a minimum, you'll need to be an advanced Excel user or, ideally, have experience of using BI software such as Qlikview or Tableau.

But it's not only about making sure that the factories produce enough products to cover your requirements. You'll also need to work closely with the warehousing and distribution team to factor in warehouse capacity and resources when creating your plans. As such, you'll need to be a confident communicator with all departments and levels of the business.

The role is based out the head office in South Oxfordshire for three days per week with the other two home-based. There will be the occasional need for you to visit the distribution centre a couple of hours away in the midlands.

To apply for this role, please send your CV quoting reference LX 799567.

 

 

 

 

 

799567_1623344770b
£35000 - £45000 per annum Excellent Blue Chip Benefits

SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGER - EMEA

"Experienced FMCG Inventory Supply Planning and Demand Forecasting Specialist required to manage imported Inventory ensuring optimum On Shelf Availability and On Time in Full Order Fulfilment."

Oxfordshire (Hybrid Office and Working from Home)

£40-45000 (Dependent On Experience) Excellent Benefits

 

Managing inventory requirements isn't easy at the best of times. As someone experienced in demand planning and inventory forecasting, you'll know that feeling well.

However, when there are the combined effects of a pandemic, container ships getting stuck in the Suez Canal, and the UK has a whole new world of international trade procedures to work out, it all becomes that bit more challenging.

But maybe you're the kind of person who's secretly enjoyed those challenges?

Perhaps you've been working as part of a demand planning team and feel that now's the right time to move into a role where you can be the subject matter expert? Or, possibly, you're an experienced supply chain manager who loves the analytical part of the job and could bring your knowledge to a new company.

Your background will include working in an FMCG environment, supplying goods to retail/wholesale/e-commerce. You'll need excellent supply planning and demand forecasting capabilities and be used to dealing with large data sets and modelling scenarios in Excel to ensure adequate supply to fulfil orders/promotions.

Our client needs someone like you to take responsibility for their inventory purchasing and availability forecasting function. They're based in the UK and supply domestic consumer products to an impressive portfolio of well-known retailers and sell directly to the end customer.

All their products are manufactured in the Far East, and the United States, so you'll be able to bring your prior knowledge of working with manufacturers in those countries. Our client doesn't export, so all the focus of this role is around importing and inbound product management.

They currently know their demand planning and availability forecasting needs to be more robust as they struggle for availability, so that's your first challenge to overcome. As a minimum, you'll need to be an advanced Excel user or, ideally, have experience of using BI software such as Qlikview or Tableau.

But it's not only about making sure that the factories produce enough products to cover your requirements. You'll also need to work closely with the warehousing and distribution team to factor in warehouse capacity and resources when creating your plans. As such, you'll need to be a confident communicator with all departments and levels of the business.

The role is based out the head office in South Oxfordshire for three days per week with the other two home-based. There will be the occasional need for you to visit the distribution centre a couple of hours away in the midlands.

To apply for this role, please send your CV quoting reference LX 799567.

 

 

 

 

 

799567_1623344770c
£35000 - £45000 per annum Excellent Blue Chip Benefits

SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGER - EMEA

"Experienced FMCG Inventory Supply Planning and Demand Forecasting Specialist required to manage imported Inventory ensuring optimum On Shelf Availability and On Time in Full Order Fulfilment."

Oxfordshire (Hybrid Office and Working from Home)

£40-45000 (Dependent On Experience) Excellent Benefits

 

Managing inventory requirements isn't easy at the best of times. As someone experienced in demand planning and inventory forecasting, you'll know that feeling well.

However, when there are the combined effects of a pandemic, container ships getting stuck in the Suez Canal, and the UK has a whole new world of international trade procedures to work out, it all becomes that bit more challenging.

But maybe you're the kind of person who's secretly enjoyed those challenges?

Perhaps you've been working as part of a demand planning team and feel that now's the right time to move into a role where you can be the subject matter expert? Or, possibly, you're an experienced supply chain manager who loves the analytical part of the job and could bring your knowledge to a new company.

Your background will include working in an FMCG environment, supplying goods to retail/wholesale/e-commerce. You'll need excellent supply planning and demand forecasting capabilities and be used to dealing with large data sets and modelling scenarios in Excel to ensure adequate supply to fulfil orders/promotions.

Our client needs someone like you to take responsibility for their inventory purchasing and availability forecasting function. They're based in the UK and supply domestic consumer products to an impressive portfolio of well-known retailers and sell directly to the end customer.

All their products are manufactured in the Far East, and the United States, so you'll be able to bring your prior knowledge of working with manufacturers in those countries. Our client doesn't export, so all the focus of this role is around importing and inbound product management.

They currently know their demand planning and availability forecasting needs to be more robust as they struggle for availability, so that's your first challenge to overcome. As a minimum, you'll need to be an advanced Excel user or, ideally, have experience of using BI software such as Qlikview or Tableau.

But it's not only about making sure that the factories produce enough products to cover your requirements. You'll also need to work closely with the warehousing and distribution team to factor in warehouse capacity and resources when creating your plans. As such, you'll need to be a confident communicator with all departments and levels of the business.

The role is based out the head office in South Oxfordshire for three days per week with the other two home-based. There will be the occasional need for you to visit the distribution centre a couple of hours away in the midlands.

To apply for this role, please send your CV quoting reference LX 799567.

 

 

 

 

 

799567_1623344770
£35000 - £45000 per annum Excellent Blue Chip Benefits

SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGER - EMEA

"Experienced FMCG Inventory Supply Planning and Demand Forecasting Specialist required to manage imported Inventory ensuring optimum On Shelf Availability and On Time in Full Order Fulfilment."

Oxfordshire (Hybrid Office and Working from Home)

£40-45000 (Dependent On Experience) Excellent Benefits

 

Managing inventory requirements isn't easy at the best of times. As someone experienced in demand planning and inventory forecasting, you'll know that feeling well.

However, when there are the combined effects of a pandemic, container ships getting stuck in the Suez Canal, and the UK has a whole new world of international trade procedures to work out, it all becomes that bit more challenging.

But maybe you're the kind of person who's secretly enjoyed those challenges?

Perhaps you've been working as part of a demand planning team and feel that now's the right time to move into a role where you can be the subject matter expert? Or, possibly, you're an experienced supply chain manager who loves the analytical part of the job and could bring your knowledge to a new company.

Your background will include working in an FMCG environment, supplying goods to retail/wholesale/e-commerce. You'll need excellent supply planning and demand forecasting capabilities and be used to dealing with large data sets and modelling scenarios in Excel to ensure adequate supply to fulfil orders/promotions.

Our client needs someone like you to take responsibility for their inventory purchasing and availability forecasting function. They're based in the UK and supply domestic consumer products to an impressive portfolio of well-known retailers and sell directly to the end customer.

All their products are manufactured in the Far East, and the United States, so you'll be able to bring your prior knowledge of working with manufacturers in those countries. Our client doesn't export, so all the focus of this role is around importing and inbound product management.

They currently know their demand planning and availability forecasting needs to be more robust as they struggle for availability, so that's your first challenge to overcome. As a minimum, you'll need to be an advanced Excel user or, ideally, have experience of using BI software such as Qlikview or Tableau.

But it's not only about making sure that the factories produce enough products to cover your requirements. You'll also need to work closely with the warehousing and distribution team to factor in warehouse capacity and resources when creating your plans. As such, you'll need to be a confident communicator with all departments and levels of the business.

The role is based out the head office in South Oxfordshire for three days per week with the other two home-based. There will be the occasional need for you to visit the distribution centre a couple of hours away in the midlands.

To apply for this role, please send your CV quoting reference LX 799567.

 

 

 

 

 

703438_1622473887
Negotiable

VP Transportation - APAC

US/£/€Very Competitive Six Figure Base Salary Bonus Blue Chip Benefits Relocation Assistance

South East Asia

You may think you're a big hitter in transportation and logistics but are you ready to up your game?

Can you build on your success in your current territory and take it to an emerging market? Would you like to impart your knowledge of best practice and develop a large, complex third-party contract logistics operation in a different country?

What if there was an opportunity to head up a 3PL operation in South East Asia? And be relocated as well?

Enough of the questions. As an experienced VP/Senior Director of Transportation with an outstanding career in 3PL and in-house, you may be the person they need.

Ideally, you'll be degree qualified in a relevant discipline, and your background will be from retail, grocery, or FMCG. Importantly, you'll be able to demonstrate the effective management of complex 3PL or in-house operations of at least 1000 vehicles across multiple sites.

Suppose you've worked in Europe, the US, or the APAC region. In that case, you'll be used to operating across multiple areas with different borders and infrastructures, and that's important as our client needs someone who can quickly adapt to different cultures and procedures.

If you've previously headed up a 3PL operation and then moved to an in-house role with a large, multi-national operation, that could work as well. The nature of the cluster means a broad scope of supply, covering retail, fmcg, eCommerce, pharma, technology network, from the major cities and conurbations all the way through to the tourist hubs around the region. As such, the operations are complex, and there are significant strategic and operational challenges in coordinating all these varied activities.

As you can imagine, this certainly isn't a generic role, and there's plenty of detail we'll need to discuss, so start the ball rolling by sending your CV quoting reference LX 703438

703438a
US/£/€Very Competitive Six Figure Base Salary + Bonus + Blue Chip Benefits + Relocation Assistance

VP Transportation – APAC

 

US/£/€Very Competitive Six Figure Base Salary + Bonus + Blue Chip Benefits + Relocation Assistance

 

South East Asia

 

You may think you’re a big hitter in transportation and logistics but are you ready to up your game?

 

Can you build on your success in your current territory and take it to an emerging market? Would you like to impart your knowledge of best practice and develop a large, complex third-party contract logistics operation in a different country?

 

What if there was an opportunity to head up a 3PL operation in South East Asia? And be relocated as well?

 

Enough of the questions. As an experienced VP/Senior Director of Transportation with an outstanding career in 3PL and in-house, you may be the person they need.

 

Ideally, you’ll be degree qualified in a relevant discipline, and your background will be from retail, grocery, or FMCG. Importantly, you’ll be able to demonstrate the effective management of complex 3PL or in-house operations of at least 1000 vehicles across multiple sites.

 

Suppose you’ve worked in Europe, the US, or the APAC region. In that case, you’ll be used to operating across multiple areas with different borders and infrastructures, and that’s important as our client needs someone who can quickly adapt to different cultures and procedures.

 

If you’ve previously headed up a 3PL operation and then moved to an in-house role with a large, multi-national operation, that could work as well. The nature of the  cluster means a broad scope of supply, covering retail, fmcg, eCommerce, pharma, technology network, from the major cities and conurbations all the way through to the tourist hubs around the region. As such, the operations are complex, and there are significant strategic and operational challenges in coordinating all these varied activities.

 

As you can imagine, this certainly isn’t a generic role, and there’s plenty of detail we’ll need to discuss, so start the ball rolling by sending your CV to applications@martinveasey.com quoting reference LX 703438

 

 

 

 

 

703436c
US/£/€Very Competitive Six Figure Base Salary + Bonus + Blue Chip Benefits + Relocation Assistance

VP Transportation – APAC

 

US/£/€Very Competitive Six Figure Base Salary + Bonus + Blue Chip Benefits + Relocation Assistance

 

South East Asia

 

You may think you’re a big hitter in transportation and logistics but are you ready to up your game?

 

Can you build on your success in your current territory and take it to an emerging market? Would you like to impart your knowledge of best practice and develop a large, complex third-party contract logistics operation in a different country?

 

What if there was an opportunity to head up a 3PL operation in South East Asia? And be relocated as well?

 

Enough of the questions. As an experienced VP/Senior Director of Transportation with an outstanding career in 3PL and in-house, you may be the person they need.

 

Ideally, you’ll be degree qualified in a relevant discipline, and your background will be from retail, grocery, or FMCG. Importantly, you’ll be able to demonstrate the effective management of complex 3PL or in-house operations of at least 1000 vehicles across multiple sites.

 

Suppose you’ve worked in Europe, the US, or the APAC region. In that case, you’ll be used to operating across multiple areas with different borders and infrastructures, and that’s important as our client needs someone who can quickly adapt to different cultures and procedures.

 

If you’ve previously headed up a 3PL operation and then moved to an in-house role with a large, multi-national operation, that could work as well. The nature of the  cluster means a broad scope of supply, covering retail, fmcg, eCommerce, pharma, technology network, from the major cities and conurbations all the way through to the tourist hubs around the region. As such, the operations are complex, and there are significant strategic and operational challenges in coordinating all these varied activities.

 

As you can imagine, this certainly isn’t a generic role, and there’s plenty of detail we’ll need to discuss, so start the ball rolling by sending your CV to applications@martinveasey.com quoting reference LX 703438

 

 

 

 

 

703438d
US/£/€Very Competitive Six Figure Base Salary + Bonus + Blue Chip Benefits + Relocation Assistance

VP Transportation – APAC

 

US/£/€Very Competitive Six Figure Base Salary + Bonus + Blue Chip Benefits + Relocation Assistance

 

South East Asia

 

You may think you’re a big hitter in transportation and logistics but are you ready to up your game?

 

Can you build on your success in your current territory and take it to an emerging market? Would you like to impart your knowledge of best practice and develop a large, complex third-party contract logistics operation in a different country?

 

What if there was an opportunity to head up a 3PL operation in South East Asia? And be relocated as well?

 

Enough of the questions. As an experienced VP/Senior Director of Transportation with an outstanding career in 3PL and in-house, you may be the person they need.

 

Ideally, you’ll be degree qualified in a relevant discipline, and your background will be from retail, grocery, or FMCG. Importantly, you’ll be able to demonstrate the effective management of complex 3PL or in-house operations of at least 1000 vehicles across multiple sites.

 

Suppose you’ve worked in Europe, the US, or the APAC region. In that case, you’ll be used to operating across multiple areas with different borders and infrastructures, and that’s important as our client needs someone who can quickly adapt to different cultures and procedures.

 

If you’ve previously headed up a 3PL operation and then moved to an in-house role with a large, multi-national operation, that could work as well. The nature of the  cluster means a broad scope of supply, covering retail, fmcg, eCommerce, pharma, technology network, from the major cities and conurbations all the way through to the tourist hubs around the region. As such, the operations are complex, and there are significant strategic and operational challenges in coordinating all these varied activities.

 

As you can imagine, this certainly isn’t a generic role, and there’s plenty of detail we’ll need to discuss, so start the ball rolling by sending your CV to applications@martinveasey.com quoting reference LX 703438

 

 

 

 

 

703438e
US/£/€Very Competitive Six Figure Base Salary + Bonus + Blue Chip Benefits + Relocation Assistance

VP Transportation – APAC

 

US/£/€Very Competitive Six Figure Base Salary + Bonus + Blue Chip Benefits + Relocation Assistance

 

South East Asia

 

You may think you’re a big hitter in transportation and logistics but are you ready to up your game?

 

Can you build on your success in your current territory and take it to an emerging market? Would you like to impart your knowledge of best practice and develop a large, complex third-party contract logistics operation in a different country?

 

What if there was an opportunity to head up a 3PL operation in South East Asia? And be relocated as well?

 

Enough of the questions. As an experienced VP/Senior Director of Transportation with an outstanding career in 3PL and in-house, you may be the person they need.

 

Ideally, you’ll be degree qualified in a relevant discipline, and your background will be from retail, grocery, or FMCG. Importantly, you’ll be able to demonstrate the effective management of complex 3PL or in-house operations of at least 1000 vehicles across multiple sites.

 

Suppose you’ve worked in Europe, the US, or the APAC region. In that case, you’ll be used to operating across multiple areas with different borders and infrastructures, and that’s important as our client needs someone who can quickly adapt to different cultures and procedures.

 

If you’ve previously headed up a 3PL operation and then moved to an in-house role with a large, multi-national operation, that could work as well. The nature of the  cluster means a broad scope of supply, covering retail, fmcg, eCommerce, pharma, technology network, from the major cities and conurbations all the way through to the tourist hubs around the region. As such, the operations are complex, and there are significant strategic and operational challenges in coordinating all these varied activities.

 

As you can imagine, this certainly isn’t a generic role, and there’s plenty of detail we’ll need to discuss, so start the ball rolling by sending your CV to applications@martinveasey.com quoting reference LX 703438

 

 

 

 

 

703438f
US/£/€Very Competitive Six Figure Base Salary + Bonus + Blue Chip Benefits + Relocation Assistance

VP Transportation – APAC

 

US/£/€Very Competitive Six Figure Base Salary + Bonus + Blue Chip Benefits + Relocation Assistance

 

South East Asia

 

You may think you’re a big hitter in transportation and logistics but are you ready to up your game?

 

Can you build on your success in your current territory and take it to an emerging market? Would you like to impart your knowledge of best practice and develop a large, complex third-party contract logistics operation in a different country?

 

What if there was an opportunity to head up a 3PL operation in South East Asia? And be relocated as well?

 

Enough of the questions. As an experienced VP/Senior Director of Transportation with an outstanding career in 3PL and in-house, you may be the person they need.

 

Ideally, you’ll be degree qualified in a relevant discipline, and your background will be from retail, grocery, or FMCG. Importantly, you’ll be able to demonstrate the effective management of complex 3PL or in-house operations of at least 1000 vehicles across multiple sites.

 

Suppose you’ve worked in Europe, the US, or the APAC region. In that case, you’ll be used to operating across multiple areas with different borders and infrastructures, and that’s important as our client needs someone who can quickly adapt to different cultures and procedures.

 

If you’ve previously headed up a 3PL operation and then moved to an in-house role with a large, multi-national operation, that could work as well. The nature of the  cluster means a broad scope of supply, covering retail, fmcg, eCommerce, pharma, technology network, from the major cities and conurbations all the way through to the tourist hubs around the region. As such, the operations are complex, and there are significant strategic and operational challenges in coordinating all these varied activities.

 

As you can imagine, this certainly isn’t a generic role, and there’s plenty of detail we’ll need to discuss, so start the ball rolling by sending your CV to applications@martinveasey.com quoting reference LX 703438

 

 

 

 

 

703438g
US/£/€Very Competitive Six Figure Base Salary + Bonus + Blue Chip Benefits + Relocation Assistance

VP Transportation – APAC

 

US/£/€Very Competitive Six Figure Base Salary + Bonus + Blue Chip Benefits + Relocation Assistance

 

South East Asia

 

You may think you’re a big hitter in transportation and logistics but are you ready to up your game?

 

Can you build on your success in your current territory and take it to an emerging market? Would you like to impart your knowledge of best practice and develop a large, complex third-party contract logistics operation in a different country?

 

What if there was an opportunity to head up a 3PL operation in South East Asia? And be relocated as well?

 

Enough of the questions. As an experienced VP/Senior Director of Transportation with an outstanding career in 3PL and in-house, you may be the person they need.

 

Ideally, you’ll be degree qualified in a relevant discipline, and your background will be from retail, grocery, or FMCG. Importantly, you’ll be able to demonstrate the effective management of complex 3PL or in-house operations of at least 1000 vehicles across multiple sites.

 

Suppose you’ve worked in Europe, the US, or the APAC region. In that case, you’ll be used to operating across multiple areas with different borders and infrastructures, and that’s important as our client needs someone who can quickly adapt to different cultures and procedures.

 

If you’ve previously headed up a 3PL operation and then moved to an in-house role with a large, multi-national operation, that could work as well. The nature of the  cluster means a broad scope of supply, covering retail, fmcg, eCommerce, pharma, technology network, from the major cities and conurbations all the way through to the tourist hubs around the region. As such, the operations are complex, and there are significant strategic and operational challenges in coordinating all these varied activities.

 

As you can imagine, this certainly isn’t a generic role, and there’s plenty of detail we’ll need to discuss, so start the ball rolling by sending your CV to applications@martinveasey.com quoting reference LX 703438

 

 

 

 

 

703438_1620406922
US/£/€Very Competitive Six Figure Base Salary + Bonus + Blue Chip Benefits + Relocation Assistance

VP Transportation – APAC

 

US/£/€Very Competitive Six Figure Base Salary + Bonus + Blue Chip Benefits + Relocation Assistance

 

South East Asia

 

You may think you’re a big hitter in transportation and logistics but are you ready to up your game?

 

Can you build on your success in your current territory and take it to an emerging market? Would you like to impart your knowledge of best practice and develop a large, complex third-party contract logistics operation in a different country?

 

What if there was an opportunity to head up a 3PL operation in South East Asia? And be relocated as well?

 

Enough of the questions. As an experienced VP/Senior Director of Transportation with an outstanding career in 3PL and in-house, you may be the person they need.

 

Ideally, you’ll be degree qualified in a relevant discipline, and your background will be from retail, grocery, or FMCG. Importantly, you’ll be able to demonstrate the effective management of complex 3PL or in-house operations of at least 1000 vehicles across multiple sites.

 

Suppose you’ve worked in Europe, the US, or the APAC region. In that case, you’ll be used to operating across multiple areas with different borders and infrastructures, and that’s important as our client needs someone who can quickly adapt to different cultures and procedures.

 

If you’ve previously headed up a 3PL operation and then moved to an in-house role with a large, multi-national operation, that could work as well. The nature of the  cluster means a broad scope of supply, covering retail, fmcg, eCommerce, pharma, technology network, from the major cities and conurbations all the way through to the tourist hubs around the region. As such, the operations are complex, and there are significant strategic and operational challenges in coordinating all these varied activities.

 

As you can imagine, this certainly isn’t a generic role, and there’s plenty of detail we’ll need to discuss, so start the ball rolling by sending your CV to applications@martinveasey.com quoting reference LX 703438