TLP Recruitment has supported the manufacturing and logistics industry for more than 21 years.

Established in 1998, they recruit junior-mid level permanent, temporary and contract staff in the driving and warehouse, freight and shipping, logistics and supply chain sectors, as well as manufacturing and engineering, along with sales, administration and commercial.

With 5 regional offices across the UK, the company has recently opened its Droitwich Spa branch; working with a range of companies across the West Midlands.

The team of consultants are industry experts having worked within various roles in the supply chain and logistics industries before moving into recruitment, providing them a wealth of knowledge, allowing them to provide a tailored and efficient service to clients and candidates alike.

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Business Partner Avi Mann heads up the West Midlands division. She says: “With over 18 years of experience developing relationships with our client businesses, I know that they expect to see only the most exceptional candidates.

“My team work with our customers to ensure that their time is only invested in those candidates which match their role requirements and are the right cultural and professional fit for their business.

“With local, regional and national reach we are able to offer a tailored service, with sector-specific roles in the specific geographical area they require.

“We can offer a wide-reaching, multi-channel solution to filling your vacancies; we can add value to your business by spotting talent on your behalf, and we can do all this in an extremely cost-effective way that won’t stretch today’s challenged recruitment budgets.”

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With talent attraction and retention a challenge for many businesses in their sector, the firm appreciate the importance of consistently delivering what they promise their clients.

The company are members of the Recruitment and Employment Federation and The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport.

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