Employees’ progressWe employ the model of a self-training organization that creates the most favorable working environment. This environment provides conditions for continuous and comprehensive self-development for every employee.
We strive to thoroughly develop the following skills:
- Professional skills
- Managerial skills
- Technical skills
- General business skills
- Sales skills, business negotiations and account management
- Cross-culturalcommunication skills
- Team work skills
In order to reach our goals, we incorporate the strategy of combined training. This approach is based on the employee’s self-development as well as on individual training methods selection and combination for each specialist at TELS, including the following:
- In-house training coursesunderthe “International transportation specialist”program
- Couching by direct managers and experts
- The system of new employees’ adaptation
- In-house business library
- External and in-house corporate training courses
The company carefully selects its staff of logistics professionals and talented individuals. Our employees are open for self-realization within our established corporate culture.
TELS aims to provide the best possible conditions for personnel development and surrounds the company’s employees with favorable working environment.
Every employee takes an active part in shaping the future of our company. TELS always provides opportunities for professional and personal growth and invite the company’s employees to learn from our success stories.
We develop our corporate culture to meet our employees’ expectations about their work and leisure time with the company, and set up contemporary business communicationstandards and values.
Instead of February 1, 2017, the government of the Russian Federation decided to increase the tariffs for heavy trucks using federal roads within Plato system from April 15 to 3.06 rubles per kilometer (while current tariffs are 1.53 RUB/km).
Possibly, a new high-speed technology of cargo transportation in Russia will become a reality in four years’ time.
Protracted sanction war between the EU and the Russian Federation induced German businesses to invest in its own manufacturing on the territory of Russia thus developing the potential of the domestic logistics market.