Michael Lynch is no stranger to the transport and logistics industry and with over twenty years' experience, he is delighted to take over the post of Support Services Manager based at the Heart of England Co-operative Distribution Centre, Nuneaton.
Aged 52, Mike, as he likes to be called, recently started his new role after having twice suffered the misfortune of being made redundant in 18 months. However, not to be defeated, Mike was determined to secure a job that offered him both stability and prospects.
Mike brings with him a wealth of experience and has a background that is mainly working in the transport and logistics industry. His previous role was as a Group Transport and Logistics Manager for a large paper merchant.
His extensive experience has led to the CPC qualification that stands for Certificate in Professional Competencies and means that he is a fully qualified examiner and trainer for fort-lift truck drivers, and is a requirement for all transport managers.
Mike Lynch said: “I am delighted to have this position with the Heart of England Co-operative Society. After twenty years in the logistics industry my knowledge is extensive and I hope to be able to further enhance the level of service provided by the Society through introducing new procedures.
“Over the years, I have gained a number of skills which will stand me in good stead for this role. I shall however look forward to the new challenges ahead.”
Mike lives with his partner and has three daughters and three grand daughters which keep him very busy. He also enjoys gardening and playing snooker in his spare time.