Helping you find a career in transport & logistics
Transport and logistics are responsible for getting everything and everyone around safely. We all rely on the industry to make sure that products are on our shelves and that we can travel around the country via public and private transport.
Logistics is concerned with the planning and practical side of getting people and products from A to B. In large corporations these systems can be highly complex, possibly involving the importing and exporting of goods internationally that companies rely upon for their daily operations.
The transport industry controls all the channels that products and passengers use - rail, roads, planes and even sea. It's also responsible for making sure our transport infrastructures are able to meet the demands of the people that use them. By working in transport planning and management, you'd be planning the development of our transport systems to make sure that they are sustainable - a highly important job.
The industry has a wide range of opportunities available to suit those with all different skill sets. You could work in an office doing marketing, planning or finance within transport and logistics. There is also a range of more practical work available, such as delivering goods and warehouse management.
Transport and logistics can be quite a stressful industry because of its high levels of responsibility and the quick responses that are required for when things go wrong. The decisions that you make will have a direct impact on a lot of people and you'll have the rewarding feeling of being an instrumental part of a successful business.