Mission: Moving Logistics Forward
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Whether you are just starting out or are a seasoned professional, England Logistics has diverse opportunities that improve skill sets and advance careers. Our work environment is ambitious and fast-paced but we take time for team building, group activities, and celebrations.
You'll be working for a company with almost two decades of experience and an established reputation as one of America's premier third-party logistics (3PL) companies. We have a team of over 400 logistics professional that generate over $400 million in annual sales. We handle everything from small parcel to supply chain management. We also are home to Utah's most intense company dodgeball competition!
England Logistics offers competitive starting wages, full benefits including health, dental, 401K, vacation, sick leave, and all the soda you can drink.
Headquartered in Salt Lake City, UT, the company also has offices in Atlanta, GA; Detroit, MI; Greeley, CO; and Portland, OR.
Great leadership, always rewarding their employees, great culture, strong foundation.
expectations should be more clear as an account manager. What you do and what you expect are two different things.
Advice to Management
The management, logistic coaches and executives were all great! Jason and his brother are incredible!
I applied through college or university. I interviewed at England Logistics (Salt Lake City, UT) in March 2017.
The process I feel was good, it was after the fact that I felt let down. I was given the tour of the facility, which was impressive, and all the different departments with sales teams working on their accounts. Then I was allowed to sit and listen to a sales manager on the phone for about 15 minutes, to see how he worked the computer system to document and record his calls. I was then taken to a large room (probably for meetings that accommodate at least 30) where 2 men were waiting to interview me. They were interested in making comparisons to my previous experience and situations with the kind of work I would be doing at England. It all went well and I was told that I would be made aware of their decision regardless of which way they decided to go by the following Monday at the latest. I sent thank you emails to the men who had helped with the interviewing process later that day, and waited for a response. It never came.....