3 New Apprentices start at FLS
FLS appoint three new apprentices
In support of increased business over the past few months and in anticipation in the uplift in international work in December and customs work in the new year, Freight Logistics Solutions is delighted to announce the appointment of three new apprentices to join its Supply Chain Management Business Administration Apprenticeship supported by Educ8.
- Ethan Hayes. Finance Administrator, Head Office
Ethan comes to us after starting with another freight forwarder and being made redundant. He joins the FLS supply chain management Apprentice scheme starting with the finance team. A flanker for Cwmbran Seniors and enjoys the simple life walking his Golden Lab and hanging out in the GYM – Also a budding electrician if you need a light bulb changed.
- Paige Tamplin, Client Solutions Administrator, Head Office
Paige joins the FLS supply chain management Apprentice scheme starting with the client solutions team. A local Griffithstown girl, and former latin and ballroom Blackpool dance champion she enjoys travel and her Border-Terrier DEXTER.
- Morgan Alderman, Transport Administrator, Head Office
Morgan joins the FLS supply chain management Apprentice scheme starting with UK Road freight team. After completing his Sports and Coaching qualification at Cross Keys, he plays backrow for Blackwood Youth he enjoys the GYM and walking his two dogs of unknown pedigree origin.
Gavin Clarke Operations Director said ‘FLS commitment to taking apprentices into the business is key to our growth and our future. Its fantastic to have found three such enthusiastic young people to bolster the team. They are settling in well and as we rotate them through the business, we look forward to finding out just what they excel at and where they find their niche. For most of industry freight transport is a vitally important component of what needs to get done, so FLS provides a fantastic grounding in business and is a great place to make your first steps in your career and I’m sure they’ll make the very most of their opportunity.