Janio’s co-founder Syed Ali Ridha Madihid wearing a Janio T-shirt in one of Janio’s warehouses
Our co-founder, Syed Ali Ridha Madihid was recently featured in a Berita Harian article this July about Singaporean companies providing more jobs for Singaporean locals.
In the article, Ali shared that the recent eCommerce boom has been driving a greater need for more workers in the logistics sector.
He also mentioned that Janio is also currently looking for more employees in logistics operations roles as well as product and tech engineers to further improve our systems.
“We believe that logistics will remain an important industry in Singapore and we will always take a ‘hire Singaporean first’ approach when hiring new employees.
“During this period, we have also partnered with other companies who have laid off employees and we will see if there are appropriate opportunities for them to be employed at Janio.”
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Janio is looking to build a technology-powered leading logistics network to provide an integrated cross-border delivery solution for eCommerce players in Southeast Asia and beyond. If you’d like to join us on this mission, check out our job openings and apply via the link below:
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