C.H. Robinson to add 100 IT professionals to Warsaw Tech Centre

By Marcus Lawrence
C.H. Robinson, a Fortune 500 provider of third-party logistics and multimodal transport services, has announced that it plans to expand its Warsaw Tech...

C.H. Robinson, a Fortune 500 provider of third-party logistics and multimodal transport services, has announced that it plans to expand its Warsaw Tech Centre with 100 new IT professionals by the end of 2020.

With its Navisphere platform and the various solutions built into it, C.H. Robinson provides customers with real-time insights and visibility whilst driving efficiency and continual improvement.

The company plans to enhance its leading technological solutions through the expansion, thereby enabling it to improve its service to customers and carriers in Europe and global markets.

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“We are eager to expand our IT and software development departments in Warsaw, Poland,” said Mike Neill, Chief Technology Officer at C.H. Robinson, in the company’s press release.

“The growth of our technology team is further proof of our dedicated investment in this critically important part of our business moving forward, and our commitment to innovate and provide best-in-class technology solutions and service.”

Jeroen Eijsink, President of C.H. Robinson Europe, added: “We are investing in our technology as we look to accelerate the pace of innovation and technology deployment.

“We have a diverse portfolio of customers, and our customer strategy is to ensure our technology solutions bring value to them and serve their needs.”

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