After scooping the mantle of ‘Best Industrial Recruitment Agency’ at the prestigious 2010 Recruiter Awards in London, leading transport and logistics recruitment firm ‘Transline Resource Group’ is hoping to go one better in 2011 having been shortlisted in two categories – ‘Best Temporary Recruitment Agency’ and ‘Best Client Service’.
Both categories recognise recruitment companies who add outstanding value to their business partnerships as well as those that provide a solid professional service. Transline-Resource is confident it qualifies on both parts having increased turnover by £19m and registered record profits during its year as the country’s best industrial recruitment agency.
Delighted to have built on the company’s success, Managing Director Paul Beasley said: "The Recruiter Awards are the highlight of the year for the recruitment industry. To be there is prize enough but to win, like we did last year, is an incredible experience."
"This year we’ve made the shortlist in two categories which doubles the excitement. It’s been another record year for the company so, whilst we won’t be going to London expecting to win, we’ll go there knowing we’re in with a chance."
The Recruiter Awards for Excellence celebrate innovation and success in all areas of the recruitment industry and attract nominations from some very distinguished companies. Awards range from those for the individual, such as ‘Recruitment Personality of the Year’ to the night’s showpiece – ‘Agency of the Year’.
The presentation ceremony will take place at The Grosvenor House Hotel, Park Lane, London on Wednesday 11th May and representatives of Transline-Resource are very much looking forward to making the trip down.
"Winning, in reality is the icing on the cake," added Managing Director Jon Taylor. "Just being at the awards is a wonderful experience and it’s a great opportunity to thank our workforce for the passion and commitment they’ve shown over the past year. Our clients believe they are the best in the sector and without them we wouldn’t be where we are today."