Recruitment company, Cast UK, which specialises in procurement, buying, supply chain and logistics, has strengthened its team with two promotions and a new appointment to its Manchester office.
Hannah Villa-March and Genevieve Greensted have both been appointed to the role of consultant after completing the Cast UK Graduate Training Academy, and David Lloyd joins the team as a consultant.
Hannah joined Cast UK after receiving her degree in German and Spanish and gaining career experience in a media sales role. She has successfully completed her training and is a consultant looking after logistics throughout East Midlands and South Yorkshire.
Genevieve, a Fashion and Textiles Retailing graduate, joined the company as a resourcer in the logistics division and is now a consultant working with Cast UK’s logistics clients across the South East.
David has been appointed to the position of consultant and joins Cast UK from Tesco Stores Ltd. where he was deputy store manager following a fast track programme. He will work alongside the logistics team with the companies’ clients operating in the North West.
Speaking about her experience of the training academy, Hannah said: “The business has seen significant growth in the last year and Cast UK’s comprehensive training scheme has contributed to our expansion. Graduates benefit from one-to-one support and mentoring from consultants, which ensures a solid foundation for career development.”
Wayne Brophy, managing director of Cast UK, added: “Our Graduate Training Academy has been very successful and we are delighted that Hannah and Genevieve have excelled and taken on the role of consultant. We’re also thrilled to welcome David to the team and look forward to continuing on our growth curve.”
For more information on the company, visit www.castuk.com
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