British International Freight Association Reveals “Apprentice of the Year”
The British International Freight Association (BIFA) released the name of this year’s winner for the Apprentice of the Year category during the annual Freight Service Awards competition – a competition boasting 30 years of success.
Thomas Turner of Panalpina World Transport was announced as the winner during the 30th Freight Service Awards luncheon on January 17 at the Brewery in Chiswell Street, London.
The final determination is a carefully selected by a panel of sponsors and independent industry specialists that review each entrant submission identifying progress to-date, goals for the future, and impressions of the industry.
This category is one of two specifically aimed at the younger demographic and is sponsored by Outsource Training & Development. The award category first made an appearance in April 2018. following the introduction of the International Freight Forwarding Specialist Apprenticeship.
“In 2018, freight apprenticeships came to the fore, and we are pleased that there has been keen interest in the new category,” Robert Keen, BIFA’s Director General, said.
For more information on other category winners, please visit: BIFA.org
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