|The technology boom in global logistics industry has further accelerated the need for solutions and services in the software-as-a-service (SaaS), community platforms, smart apps, and ERPs with rising demand for professionals in web technologies, data analytics, artificial intelligence and machine learning space.
With the pandemic on the rise, digitization has proved to be a game-changer for the logistics industry creating new paradigms in visualization and capitalization of data thereby helping the industry to take informed decisions while building an optimized infrastructure. This has led to some big deals signed by Kale in the last financial year.
Even during the peak lockdown conditions, Kale expanded its footprint in different cities across India such as Jamnagar and on the global front, new offices were opened at Atlanta – USA, Amsterdam – Netherlands, Kenya and Canada.
Expressing his delight on the development, Mr. Rohit Jain, AVP – Human Resources of Kale Logistics Solutions said, “We are very much engaged in building our talent base. and that journey will continue. We have programs in place to train and develop the employees on the latest technologies and give them opportunities and career progression.”
He further adds, “We’re hiring pan India, as we are also open to hiring candidates from different locations. While the company is working on the future-work model, we are looking at the most optimal way, having taken lessons from virtual working as well as the traditional models.”
Mentioning Kale’s accomplishment, Mr.Amar More, CEO of Kale Logistics Solutions said, “It is a proud moment for the entire Kale family. Since inception, we have grown rapidly with focus on our vision, mission and core values. The Logistics Industry rose with energy and alacrity to the challenges of COVID-19, protecting staff and customers while flexing to the peaks and troughs in demand.
We have supported the industry in these challenging times by offering some innovative services and systems not just to the big players but also to the SME segment so that business continuity was maintained. Our workforce has been quite materialistic in achieving this target. From here onwards, there is no turning back! We will continue expanding not only in India, but also globally.”