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Job offers in Logistics-transportation in Switzerland
Order processing, shipping, storage, warehousing, packing, inspections, transport and delivery of goods, coordination, route optimisation, cross-docking, etc. – the chain of operations in the transport and logistics sector is interconnected and meticulously organised. With the rise of e-commerce, this sector has a greater need than ever for skilled employees at all functional levels. This is all the more important given the major challenges facing the industry, such as fraud control or the need to comply with environmental standards and limit CO2 emissions.
No matter whether it is an SME or a multinational organisation, if your business is involved in storage or transport by road, rail or water, Manpower’s consultants will pay particular attention to the kind of staff they recruit for you.
From drivers, logistics specialists, technicians and engineers to forklift truck operators, warehouse operators and order pickers, we will find the right profile to meet your requirements, assess our candidates and verify their references.
Forklift truck operator, Delivery driver, HGV driver, Removal specialist, Storekeeper, Warehouse operator, CleanerMachine operator, Support staff, Logistics manager, Supply chain/logistics specialist, Etc.
Please note: Although the professions listed may be given in the masculine form, they are practiced by both men and women, regardless of gender.
Safety in the workplace
Safety in the workplace is everyone’s concern and responsibility. To minimise the risk of accidents, we work closely with SuvaPro and pay special attention to the safety rules and regulations that are applicable to the transport sector.
Training and advanced training for the transport and logistics sector
It is important to keep fully up to date with all the latest developments in your own field in order to work professionally and efficiently. Manpower is very aware of this. That’s why we make sure that our employees have the opportunity to take part in training, whether online or classroom-based, or to take advantage of the advanced training fund available to temporary workers to help them work towards professional certification.