Valued employee retires after sixteen years of working for CML
CML has bid farewell to long-serving employee, John Green, who embarked upon his retirement on his 65th birthday.
John, who was recruited as a Warehouse Operative in July 2000, has undertaken a number of roles from Supervisor to Team Leader, which has seen him support many of CML’s employees.
After a career spanning almost 16 years with CML, John plans to spend his retirement travelling around the Europe with his wife.
John said, “I’m sad to leave behind such a wonderful team and I’d like to thank my colleagues for making the last portion of my career so enjoyable. It was a pleasure to work for such a reputable company which values its staff and provides lots of opportunity for development.
“I am however very much looking forward to spending my days exploring Europe, as it’s something my wife Pam and I have always dreamed about doing.”
A valued member of the warehouse team, John acted as the representative for CML’s partnership with Marks and Spencer as well as supporting on operations for other clients including Wolverine, L.K Bennett and Head.
Graham Copley, Managing Director of CML, commented, “John will certainly be missed as he was viewed by all of his colleagues as a genuine gentleman with an excellent sense of humour and a determination to always help others. I’d like to thank John for all his hard work at CML and I wish him the best in his retirement.”
To demonstrate CML’s commitment to nurturing its employees, the company has recently taken on 17-year-old Tom Sanders on an Apprenticeship to provide him with hands-on experience within the logistics industry.