Jobs at Frode Laursen

At Frode Laursen, employees are an important resource. This is why we strive to be among the most attractive workplaces around. We aim to maintain a continuous close dialogue between managers and employees to ensure that both the company’s and employees’ needs are being met. We believe that we should and can continuously develop our workplace in collaboration with our employees.

We have the industry’s best employees, and through training, job rotation and other means, we ensure that everyone has the right skill set to be able to do their job. The Group employs more than 2,300 full-time employees and 450 hauliers.

The culture at Frode Laursen is characterised by being a good social, close-knit community, where we encourage and support employees in a variety of activities in their free time.

On these pages you can read more about:

  • Warehouse employees – and the range of tasks they do
  • How do I become a haulier – affordable financing and fixed employment
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Vacant positions within the Frode Laursen Group

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    We are always looking for new, enthusiastic employees

    Even if your dream position is not currently advertised, you are always welcome to send us an open application. By doing so, you can look around out website and read more about the various opportunities Frode Laursen has to offer.

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    Frode Laursen’s multishare warehouses are the largest in the FMCG sector. The warehouses are undergoing constant and rapid development, and the work carried out at the warehouse consists of several different duties.

    In the packing department, there is plenty of repacking. Repacking consists of packing the goods in a display that can be nicely presented in shops. These are mainly used in connection with campaigns and advertised special offers. In packing, the work is performed in groups of 2–8 people around one packing area.

    The warehouse is where lorries are emptied, pallets scanned and feedback fed into the computer before the goods are put in place.

    The service department is where orders are dispatched and pallets packed in whole/quarter pallets or pick pallets, which consist of several different goods sent to a certain recipient.

    The terminal is where lorries are loaded and unloaded. The employees at the terminal can be responsible for loading the goods on the right lorry so that they are delivered to the right shops. They also sort the pallets for the customers, keep things in order and tidy up the terminal.
    If you would like to work at one of Frode Laursen’s multishare warehouses, you should have a sense of order and the ability to both co-operate and work independently – and you must really enjoy being busy while still keeping a cool head!

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