Meet a Greencarrier

Patrycja Musiał

Name: Patrycja Musiał
Location: Warsaw, Poland
Title: Key Account Manager, Greencarrier Freight Services
Working at Greencarrier since: May 2018
Describe yourself in three words: Competent, committed & joyful.

How would you describe your role? 
I am responsible for building and developing cooperation with our key clients, as well as finalizing and negotiating contracts.

What is the most exciting part of your job?
Meeting new people! I really like the challenge to understand the customer needs and supply chain and analyse this, to be able to search and provide transport solutions tailored to individual needs.

Sustainable logistics solutions are close to the heart of Greencarrier. Why should green thinking be important when it comes to logistics solutions?
We must focus on our environment. Even starting with a small change from road transport to short sea transport, it makes a huge difference to the environment. If we use sustainable transport solutions, we will reduce CO2 emissions. This affects our lives every day.

Do you have any tips to customers planning their transportation?
For customers transporting their goods to or from the UK, the best alternative is short sea. Customers who need to deliver their goods quickly from China can use rail transport, which is faster than sea freight, but significantly less harmful to the environment than air freight.

How would you describe the Greencarrier Culture?
Greencarrier Culture is based on people. We are committed, involvement and we appreciate humor and joy. These are the three main principles that we follow every day to take care of our clients.

How do you apply the Greencarrier core values in your day-to-day work – Commitment, Involvement and Humour & Joy?
Commitment: I’m committed to my work, meaning being committed to our clients and their needs. Involvement: In our team, we work together. That is why we can do everything for our client, because we share the knowledge and responsibility. Humor & Joy: If I’m happy, our customers are happy, and the other way around.