Case Study: Orange Quarter & New Balance
How we recruited a Tech Lead for New Balance in Q2
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APM Terminals operates one of the world’s most comprehensive port and integrated inland service networks. They’re uniquely positioned to help both shipping line and landside customers grow their business and achieve better supply chain efficiency, flexibility and dependability.
Their team of 22,000 industry professionals is focused on delivering the operational excellence and solutions businesses require to reach their potential. They operate a network of 78 terminals and over 100 inland services locations globally. This equates to handling around 250 vessel calls per day and 40 million TEUs per year. Part of A.P.Moller-Maersk, they leverage more than a century of industry experience to design and build high-quality container terminals, and provide port and inland services for cargo handling and transportation between port facilities and inland locations. In 2018 they generated USD $4.13 billion in revenue.
APM Terminals are building a platform that manages assets on container terminals across 70+ shipping ports worldwide. Developing event-sourced Kotlin applications, sending driving instructions to the closest truck on a terminal while discharging/loading the containers from a vessel.
Orange Quarter hired developers with DevOps and event-sourced architecture experience to get the project off the ground.
Average time to offer from 1st CV to Offer Extended: 4 weeks
🤝 3x Fullstack Freelance Engineer
🤝 3x Senior Software Engineer
🤝 3 x Senior Kotlin Engineer
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