World Courier Careers and Employment
- CEORafael Teixeira
- Company size1,001 to 5,000
- Revenue£100m to £500m
- IndustryAirlines, Airports & Air Transportation
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Senior Export Operations Agent in Feltham
on 29 December 2019
Very Busy work environmentA good company to work for in general, very fast paced. Career opportunities are very limited though in certain departments.The workplace culture can be challenging. Depending on position held repetition can be expected.
Customer Service Advisor in Edinburgh, City of Edinburgh
on 18 February 2020
Engaging work environmentYou get to work alongside a dedicated and experienced team who foster a culture of collaboration and supportive team work looking after a fast network of global logistics solutions. It's a fast paced environment but it's very enjoyable and engaging.
Customer Service Consultant in Feltham, Greater London
on 16 January 2020
A Company where you are well looked after!World Courier is an excellent place to work. They care for their staff and take big steps to make life easier whilst in the offices. Management are approachable, trusting, helpful and always willing to support. Like most large organisations, work can be stressful but employees are given a breather when asked! The company actively seeks to encourage growth within the organisation and the global scale of the business has plenty of capacity for career progression.
Transport Planner in Colnbrook with Poyle
on 9 August 2016
Great place to workI start at 0500am in the morning and plan the drivers work to collect import/exports from Heathrow. Tight deadlines exist for this work so you have to manage the drivers time as well as you can. My co-workers are a great bunch of people and we all work well together as a team. Every part of my job is enjoyable.
Courier in London, ENG
on 10 February 2014
Target & Deadline drivenI would drive to our Heathrow base and wait for delivery or pickup instructions depending on what shift I was on. I've learnt shorter routes to drive to alot of places within the U.K and how to manage my workload. My management was not the best organised but I did my best at times to explain easier options from the drivers point of view. My co workers were great individuals, over the years I've seen them grow whilst dealing with pressures of the job & home life. The hardest part of the job is delivering or collecting a job and having to return to base (Heathrow airport) and then battling traffic to get home myself. The most enjoyable part of the job is getting a good review from a customer via my employers.
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