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GENEL TRANSPORT receives “Great Place to Work®” Certification

Jan 27, 2023

GENEL TRANSPORT, a leading Turkish freight forwarder with 35 years of history in the logistics industry, has received Great Place to Work® CertificationTM based on the results of the 2023 Great Place to Work Trust Index® Survey.

Great Place to Work® is a global authority on workplace cultures with high-trust work experience. They conduct employee surveys and use benchmark data to recognize Great Place To Work-Certified™ companies and the Best Workplaces in more than 60 countries.

The Turkey-based freight forwarder GENEL TRANSPORT provides transport, project, and logistics services for various industries by combining all modes of transport across 195 countries. The Company has joined the Great Place to Work Trust Index® Survey for the first time this year to become officially certified as a Great Place to Work based on the opinions of its current team of 135 people.

According to survey results, 96% of GENEL TRANSPORT employees think that new recruits are made to feel welcome when they join the company while 94% say that they are proud to tell others they work at GENEL TRANSPORT and feel a sense of pride at what they accomplish at the Company.

“We are very proud of this result as it means we are on track against our target of creating an amazing workplace culture that ensures an excellent employee experience,” says GENEL TRANSPORT’s Founder and CEO Turgut Erkeskin. “We believe that supporting and investing in our people is critical to our success, and therefore we strive to create a workplace culture that supports life-business balance, personal development, employee satisfaction, and engagement. The results of this survey also provide us with valuable feedback on what our employees expect from us. With this insight, we will continue to work hard to build and sustain a nurturing workplace culture and make GENEL TRANSPORT one of the best companies to work for.”

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