Samusev Ivan Nikolayevich
- Development and management of forwarding activities’ processes.
- Development and adoption of standards, which determine cooperation with Customers and Contractors.
- Coordination of operations departments’ activities.
- Development of motivation systems for operations departments.
Engaged in the field of freight forwarding activities since 2003. Since 2006 has risen from ordinary international carriages specialist up to manager of TELS large forwarding department. During his employment in TELS, Ivan Samusev has ensured adoption of high quality service-to-Customers standards, articulated conformity of different operations departments’ cooperation, development and promotion of new services at markets of European Union,
The company carefully selects its staff of logistics professionals and talented individuals. Our employees are open for self-realization within our established corporate culture.
TELS aims to provide the best possible conditions for personnel development and surrounds the company’s employees with favorable working environment.
Every employee takes an active part in shaping the future of our company. TELS always provides opportunities for professional and personal growth and invite the company’s employees to learn from our success stories.
We develop our corporate culture to meet our employees’ expectations about their work and leisure time with the company, and set up contemporary business communicationstandards and values.
Marketing Research and Analytics Departments of TELS Group carried out a marketing audit of the transportation industry developing in new conditions. This article summarizes one part of the report on the market trends that have been developing more rapidly as a result of the pandemic and will be shaping the future of transportation and logistics.
A new batch of heavy trucks consisting of 7 MAN trucks with Krone Mega Liner curtain side semi-trailers were added to TELS’s fleet in October.
The Loadstar reports that according to Transport Intelligence the coronavirus pandemic has resulted in a 11.6% decline in air and sea freights over the previous year.