The Malta Independent 17 October 2019, Thursday

Express Trailers inaugurates new learning centre

Tuesday, 3 September 2019, 15:14 Last update: about 2 months ago

Since the Express Trailers Training Academy was launched last year, 35 training sessions have been delivered, with more than 250 employees at the company obtaining professional certification in a variety of subjects such as incoterms and transport documentation, cyber security and technical training.


To further support the academy, Express Trailers has now completed The LOGIC Learning Centre, a new state-of-the-art learning centre to offer all employees continued training for them to become professionals in their respective fields and for them to remain abreast with the latest developments in the transport and logistics market.

Located within Express Trailers’ premises in Luqa, The LOGIC Learning Centre represents substantial investment in two interjoined but dividable halls, three mini-lecture rooms which will also serve as meeting rooms, all with state-of-the-art sound engineering and multi-media video and teleconference equipment.

Speaking about this investment, Franco Azzopardi, Chairman and CEO of Express Trailers, explained how this new training centre will also be open to the company’s clients and other parties who are interested to learn more about the intricate world of logistics and commerce both as a future business prospect and also from a career perspective.

“Our people drive our business by optimising equipment, space, distance and time. They bring their experience to address all the logistics risks involved. To keep delivering our hallmark premium quality service, they need to keep getting the best training,” said Azzopardi.

“We are investing substantially in this learning centre and in the training academy to give our people all the opportunities to become inspired and energized to be better in what they do when serve our clients better. People will connect at The Logic. It is where Express Trailers’ ‘Excellence, Experience and Expertise’ maxim finds its tangible fruition,” Azzopardi added.

“Our employees are not just employees. When they start working with us, they become experts and professionals in their work and on many occasions, they are the ones passing on their acquired knowledge and experience to newer employees. In fact, more hands-on training on the job and formal training by experienced employees is being planned from this coming September. Ongoing training, sharing of experience and a persuasive attitude towards working safely form our #WeAreOrange culture and love mark,” Azzopardi said.



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