Every recession goes away sooner or later, followed by a period of growth. It is a good idea to start preparing for better time in advance to make sure our business is ready to quickly respond to growing demand. VCHD Cargo stays true to this strategy and keeps adding talent to strategic positions despite this year’s coronavirus crisis.
“We believe that now is the time to get the company ready for future growth,” says Ing. Petr Kozel, Chairman of the VCHD Cargo a.s. Board of Directors, explaining that the company “is boosting its key teams – strategic sales and branches”.
The sales department has welcomed the highly experienced Martin Hustoles who has accepted the role of the Business Development Manager in these trying times. Up until now, the core of the sales department’s work consisted of personal contact, visits and meetings with clients, which have been cut short for several months this year. Instead, the “covid age” favours remote communication. “Nevertheless, Martin Hustoles has settled in our team very quickly and his knowledge has already helped us explore new business opportunities,” Petr Kozel added.
Another new and highly experienced logistics expert that recently joined VCHD Cargo is Tadeáš Kos, newly in charge of management of the Brno branch. In his own words: “VCHD Cargo is a great challenge for me and a wonderful opportunity to grow. Moreover, I firmly believe that my experience with international projects can help the family-owned VCHD Cargo establish itself as a stable and renowned partner in the European market.” Brno is the company’s logistics centre for the region of Moravia and in his new position Tadeáš Kos will be responsible for developing both the regional branch and, due to the branch’s strategic location, company’s sales activities in Moravia and Slovakia.
Another unquestionably crucial step in VCHD Cargo’s evolution is the opening of a new branch in České Budějovice under the management of Petra Růžičková. The branch will be responsible for Southern Bohemia as well as many customers in Austria and Bavaria. Thanks to her years of experience and professional career in the logistics business, Petra Růžičková is well familiar with this border region.