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The NX Group Is Taking on New Drivers

The NX Group Is Taking on New Drivers

The NX Group, an expanding warehouse, logistics and courier company based in Northamptonshire, has taken on half a dozen additional full-time drivers. Six new lorry drivers will be based at its head office in Crick. In the last year, the firm has increased its workforce by 10%.

“We’re pleased to announce we have taken on six additional full-time drivers, as we expand our vehicle fleet and the business in general. I’d like to personally welcome each of our new recruits and wish them all the best,” commented Neil Powell, Managing Director of The NX Group.

Charlie Mann, of Brixworth in Northamptonshire, joined The NX Group as a driver when it was first set up in 2010, and has since covered almost 350,000 miles travelling up and down the country as part of his role, and has even delivered items to 10 Downing Street.

“I’ve been to Downing Street a few times and parked in front of the black door you see on TV – I’ve even been inside! One of the good things about this job is there’s a lot of variety involved, which helps keeps it interesting from one week to the next,” recalled Charlie.

“I enjoy being a driver; it’s great if you enjoy travelling to different places and having a certain amount of autonomy in the way you do your job, but you do need to be working for the right company. The best thing about working for The NX Group is that it’s a small firm compared with others in the industry, so you’re an individual, instead of a number,” he added.

The company is also currently looking to recruit for its first ever Apprenticeship role.

The NX Group is a comprehensive suite of supply chain solutions for businesses that require an extra level of quality and care for their products. Based in the golden triangle of logistics in Northamptonshire, its distribution, warehousing and courier divisions have grown year on year, thanks to its emphasis on quality, security and personal approach.

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