Day in the life of Kuehne & Nagel

Date: Monday December 30, 2019 at 11:55am

Kuehne & Nagel recognises the value Serving Personnel, both regular and reservists, Veterans and Military families contribute to the business and country.

We are committed to honouring the Armed Forces Covenant and supporting the Armed Forces Community.

Gary Taylor

Sean Pocock

Tony Burcham

Gary Taylor:

I spent 6 years within the Royal Logistic Corps, I served in Austria, Belgium, Cyprus and Germany. I have been working at Kuehne & Nagel for 9 months as a customer care specialist. This was the first job I have had since leaving the Military, it is a different community to the one you are in within the Military but it is still a really good community to be a part of and you just fit straight in. The work ethic is very similar to what it is like within the Military.

Sean Pocock:

I joined the Military in 2005, based at Ripon then Northern Ireland supporting the Black Watch. I was then deployed on Herrick 10 in 2009 for the Afghanistan tour, my Military career came to an end in February 2010. I was attracted to working for Kuehne & Nagel because they are very good at what they do and offer a wide range of roles within HR, Finance, Legal, IT, Operational roles, Driving and roles within the Sales department.

Tony Burcham:

I joined the Army, May 1994, on completion of basic and trade training I was posted to 29 Regiment RLC. I supported exercises in Turkey, Kenya, Bosnia, Croatia and the Balkans. When leaving the Military after serving 22 years I jumped at the opportunity to start a new career and become part of the KN Integrated Logistics MoD team. I have been working with K+N now for well over 2 years as a full-time employee.




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