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Logistics firm seeks qualified people to help it achieve its dream

WORK LIFE
By - | February 8th 2013

By Fredrick Obura

Siginon Group, a leading logistics company in East Africa, is looking for different skills to help it achieve its dream of being Africa’s world-class logistics company.

The company has vacancies for accounts manager, sales executives, sub- contracting officer, fleet coordinator, sales manager, and safety officers.

Candidates for the sales positions should have a minimum of Bachelor’s degree in a marketing related field and five years work experience.

A winning attitude, passion for results, desire to see teams perform and a high level of integrity are also a must for candidates applying for sales manager position.

Based in Mombasa and reporting to the transport manager, the successful candidate for the fleet co-ordinator position will be required to oversee smooth and efficient operations of assigned trucks.

S/he will be involved in planning and co-ordinating trucks’ operations to meet the budgeted divisions turn-round per truck.

Two trucks

Those applying for the sub-contracting positions should have good negotiation skills as they will be involved in negotiating rates with sub-contractors to ensure a win-win situation for the parties involved.

They will also take part in planning, strategising and co-ordinating trucks operations.

 Siginon was started in 1985 in Mombasa with only two trucks and four employees.

 Today, Siginon boasts of a workforce of over 200 in four cities and one town in the East Africa.

The business has expanded to offer customers total solutions tailor-made for their unique cargo and logistics needs be it at the sea port of Mombasa or the airports of Mombasa and Eldoret.

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