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CML shortlisted for Future Skills at The Logistics Awards

CML shortlisted for Future Skills at The Logistics Awards

Leading end to end fulfilment and freight specialist, Core Management Logistics (CML), is thrilled to announce that the company has been shortlisted as a finalist in the Future Skills category at this year's The Logistics Awards.

SHD Logistics is a leading industry publication sharing insights into the logistics and supply chain industry. The Logistics Awards is an annual event, now in its sixth year, that celebrates excellence in the logistics and supply chain sectors and recognises those companies that have had significant achievements over the past 12 months. THis year's awards ceremony will be taking place on Thursday 26th September at the Vox, Resorts World, Birmingham.

Over 100 entries were received for this year’s awards. The Future Skills award recognises those companies that invest and are committed to the growth of future talent in the logistics industry.

Commenting on being shortlisted for the Future Skills award, CML’s Commercial Director, Kerry Delaney, said: "We are extremely pleased to be recognised by SHD Logistics for the Future Skills Award. It’s a fantastic achievement for the company that takes the development of its employees seriously. CML opened a dedicated training centre last year and is developing the next generation through its apprenticeship programme and partnering with a number of colleges. Having won the Training Award at the recent UKWA awards, this is further testament to the company’s commitment to the training and development of its employees."

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