3PL warehouse and supply chain management software specialist Principal Logistics Technologies continues to shun a defensive approach during the prevailing economic climate with the appointment of eight warehouse technology specialists to support its aggressive business growth plans.
The company has hired WMS specialists: Carol Andrew, Tim Blake, Chris Browne, Ketan Bulsara, Paul Hoskins, Lakshitha Mendis, Kate Mitchell and Scott Treacy.
These senior appointments, enhancing the company’s warehouse management systems, Progress software and Microsoft .NET expertise, span specialisations including systems development and configuration, project management, systems integration and testing, R&D, eCommerce implementations and quality assurance.
Peter Flanagan, Principal Logistics Technologies’ founder and managing director, commented “We extend a warm welcome to our new team members. They have hit the ground running and are already working with our customers enhancing and supporting their systems. Despite current restrictions around operating practice and staff movement we continue to experience interest from warehouse operators looking for new ways to optimise their 3PL third-party logistics and supply chain businesses. I’m confident that, with these new hires, we now have the expertise in place to support our business plans.”
Joe O’Shea, Principal Logistics Technologies’ sales director commented, “I’m delighted to welcome our new team members who will help support existing and new customer implementations. Demand remains strong for one of our key USPs: developing systems enabling customers to introduce new value-added revenue channels to address their operational issues and to grow revenue. These include, for example, innovative and more efficient ways to accept move and manage large inventories, reduce operator task time and improve stock accuracy and stock arrivals. These, in particular, are business critical in a post-Brexit world. And, many of our systems automate and report on warehouse operator movement, providing safety in line with Covid-19 regulations.”
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