Peo­ple for peo­ple — this is how our busi­ness works

Kyiv Post Legal Quarterly - - Logistics -

Be­ing con­sis­tent in its strat­egy, ZAMM­LER brings Ukrainian man­age­ment to its new branches abroad and hires the rest of the staff lo­cally. “It ap­peared very hard to work with peo­ple in other coun­tries. In Ukraine they are more pro­fes­sional, apt, flex­i­ble and hard­work­ing than in Poland or China,” Shevchenko says.

The big­gest chal­lenges for the com­pany’s ef­fi­ciency come from the work­force, who need to “use their hands and brains to the max,” and find­ing such peo­ple abroad is be­com­ing ever harder.

Shevchenko him­self has worked in lo­gis­tics for years now — ris­ing all the way from mid­dle man­ager to CEO and busi­ness owner, knows the busi­ness from the in­side. “Fish rot from the head — but that’s never go­ing to hap­pen in our com­pany,” laughs Shevchenko. “And that’s why we keep grow­ing.”

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