I’m from Albania but I grew up in Greece, my parents moved there when I was 3. I studied Business Administration (Greece) and then I decided to do a Master Degree in Maritime Operation Management, in England and more specifically in Liverpool. My masters degree was during the pandemic (2020-21) so unfortunately I went back to Greece and after 1 year I decided to come back to Liverpool again for work.
I came back in October 2021, and I found a job at Port of Liverpool. My role is Commercial & Sales Analyst, my manager is the Head of Commercial in the container department, so I am the person which analyses the data and I do tables according to the data, meeting with our customers, doing presentations every month to see where we are, for new targets and, new goals.
The Port of Liverpool operates two container terminals, the Royal Seaforth Container Terminal (RSCT) and Liverpool2. The two main terminals are complemented by facilities at Greenock in Scotland, Dublin in Ireland and at inland ports along the Manchester Ship Canal. Significant investment in infrastructure and technology means that the Port of Liverpool is at the cutting edge of the global logistics industry. Liverpool provides the quickest and cheapest route to major markets and is the best connected container terminal in the country, with ten motorways located within ten miles. By choosing Liverpool, you can take advantage of our strategic location, hinterland connectivity and a closer proximity to UK import and export markets, reducing cost, carbon and congestion.
Liverpool Region is an inspiring place, with a lot of students and a good quality of life. People in the Liverpool Region are very friendly and helpful, I really recommend this place for young people like me, who are looking for work experience and new opportunities.
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