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Welcome aboard to our two new team members

At GateHouse Logistics, we are happy to welcome Viviana Pădurean and Marek Bella to our team.

Viviana and Marek, who originate from Romania and Slovakia respectively, will bring both experience and an increased international touch to the team. Viviana will be assisting our key account customers and hauliers in the onboarding process. Marek is our new team lead for the onboarding team.

Facing new international opportunities, we continuously seek more talented people to support and strengthen our growth. Talents who can join us in building the tracking and monitoring services of tomorrow.

Interested in joining our team? Go to our ‘Jobs’ page and learn more!

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