Logistics must attract a more diverse workforce, or lose out on ‘good minds’

November 8, 2018 Alex Lennane

Calls are increasing for the logistics sector to catch up with other industries in diversifying its workforce or face losing out on “good minds”.
Chief executive of Tototheo Maritime, Despina Panayiotu Theodosiou, told delegates at the Intermodal Europe conference in Rotterdam this week the industry needed to act fast.
“If we do not catch up on the way other industries are diversifying and bringing more women into the workplace, we will lose ...

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