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Alchemy Recruitment have been a leading recruitment agency for the shipping industry for nearly 20 years, established in this sector since 1995. Throughout this long established career, Alchemy Recruitment has gained a reputation for efficient, professional service that offers all clients a good return on their investment. The high calibre of both candidates and employers that we attract are just further testament to the standard of service we offer.
This shipping blog has been assembled through the high level of expertise and knowledge of our specialist consultant and recruitment team. Here, we aim to provide you with the latest news and information about the shipping industry, from important changes to shipping regulations to awards and conferences, so that you remain in the know and can further your shipping employment potential.
The Logistics of Christmas Charity
I’ve recently celebrated my 4th year working at Alchemy with my most recent role being that of a Recruitment Consultant. I specialise in the supply of talent to the Global Shipping and Logistics industries and as such for this festive month of December, I decided to put together a blog focused on ‘The Logistics of Christmas Charity’.
There are numerous charities internationally, that work hard to deliver donations all year round, however Christmas is a particularly important time of year, when universally, people tend to share a little more generously as part of the Yuletide tradition.