- 2007 – international carriages’ specialist of Central Europe department at TELS Minsk office;
- 2008 – chief of Central Europe department at TELS Warsaw branch office
“Today, looking back at past events, it’s hard for me to remember any significant difficulties related to new appointment. I had already been well acquainted with Warsaw employees due to everyday cooperation. Just geographically workplace has been changed. I’ve moved to Warsaw together with wife, that’s why no private complications appeared.
During daily work first of all I try to be honest with Customers, with Carriers, with workmates and with myself. The best way to avoid fraud is to arrange own work the way that even light lies wouldn’t have any necessity or sense. I try to avoid empty promises, because if you’re not sure you’ll fulfill it – it’s better not to promise. But once You have promised something, You have to fulfill it in time whatever it takes. If You made a folly or mistake – You need to admit it and accept constructive criticism. You need to think of failure’s reasons as well as of settlement of the situation. Of course, it’s impossible to let somebody down, especially when somebody has asked for help and therefore reckoned on you. And respectively once I’ve needed help, I’ve asked for it – I can rely on it. This is so important!”
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.
The Republic of Belarus will suffer negative economic consequences arising from the political crisis. This will affect both the republic and most probably the freight market between the European Union and the Russian Federation. At least, we should expect redistribution of transit cargo flows if Minsk carries out its threats in response to the restrictions introduced by Poland and the Baltic states.
Due to the increase of criminal incidents in the cargo transportation market, the Legal Department of TELS Group reminds its employees and partners once again of the importance of the rules preventing cargo theft and the procedures allowing to admit contractors for transportation.
TELS Marketing Department has reviewed its work with the customers during the first six months of 2020 and provided the details to company’s management. The overall results are as follows – the increase of freight orders by 5 % and the actual profit by 6 % against the same period in the previous year.