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Insync Personnel expands into Sydney CBD

By Matthew Brown · May 04, 2017

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There is good news for International Transport professionals looking for a career change with the announcement that Insync Personnel has expanded into the heart of Sydney. Insync Personnel’s first office in the city is located in Level 13, 135 King Street, Sydney NSW 2000.

Due to growth in demand from new and existing customers in the Sydney CBD the growing company realised it was time to make the move.

Director Leanne Lewis said: "Building and maintaining an Insync Personnel presence in the CBD ensures our clients and candidates can reach us where they work.”

The Sydney office is the third Insync Personnel after was Mascot (head office) founded in 2009 and the Melbourne office, which was opened in late 2015.

"We’ve had our HQ in Mascot for 8 years this year. In that time, our company has grown substantially. Expanding our geographical footprint will strengthen our position in the market and allow us to service new and existing Sydney CBD clients better," Leanne added.

The company expects to continue growing its client base with the expansion.

About Insync Personnel:

Insync Personnel lead by Leanne Lewis & Matthew Brown was founded in 2009 to connect employers and jobseekers in the freight & logistics industry. Insync Personnel values professional relationships and is the official recruitment partner of the FTA (Freight & Trade Association) and the Export Council of Australia (ECA).

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