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Toll Singapore


About Toll
Toll Group, part of Japan Post* since 2015, is one of the world’s largest logistics companies, organised around a global, end-to-end logistics network that brings essential goods and services to customers around the world. 

Operating across 1,200 locations in more than 50 countries, Toll’s 40,000 employees provide a diverse range of cutting-edge transport and logistics solutions covering road, air, sea and rail to deliver seamless global supply chain services to customers in Asia Pacific and beyond.

Toll provides a seamless, end-to-end suite of services covering warehousing, transport, cross border trade/forwarding and specialised solutions. Singapore is a significant market for Toll and the location of their global ambitions.

Toll’s presence in Singapore began in 2005 when the company made investments in defence and government logistics, as well as marine, retail and healthcare logistics. As these sectors flourished, Toll strengthened its capabilities to support national growth.

Toll is committed to providing equal employment opportunities and fostering an environment which attracts, welcomes and retains a diverse and talented workforce, and to treating people equitably with respect, dignity and fairness.

Toll believes its group values will continue to entice and cement Toll as an employer of choice. It has a values system that aligns with that of many global multi-national corporations and a value that is aligned throughout its three divisions within the group.

*Japan Post - $428B company, ranked in the top 50 of the world’s biggest public companies

Why should students choose Toll Singapore? 
Toll has developed a suite of programs that are targeted at specific avenues on talent management. These include a global job framework that maps out career plans including a common framework and platform; training and development, mentoring, job sharing, job rotation within the division and a continuous improvement program

Toll Singapore believes that a talented and diverse workforce committed to Continuous Improvement tin all that it does is a key competitive advantage and its success is a reflection of the quality and skills of its people.

Toll Singapore is committed to groom talents to be ready for a digital, automated future in logistics and supply chain – creating a new generation of leaders for the Supply Chain and Logistics Industry.

Potential Career Path
Toll takes pride in deploying talents across spectrums of operational and functional roles within its group of companies. This is carefully planned with strong emphasis to stretch their talents’ potential along with leadership development. Toll Singapore strives to nurture future leaders by providing a progressive environment to thrive in the various talent management programmes. 

Scholars would be given a head-start by having internship opportunities in various operational roles within its group of companies during their University studies. Upon graduation, they will undergo a 2 years Graduate Programme as management trainees. 

The objective of this programme is to develop a pool of diverse future leadership talent across Toll Group and Japan Post, with a strong understanding of the transport and logistics industry.  

The program provides a structured training program that includes on-the-job training where scholars will be exposed viz business verticals rotations across ST Logistics and Toll Group to gain practical knowledge and experience. In which, they will be given a 4-months global rotational opportunity across the company’s three operating divisions. 

Upon completion of the Program, Toll Singapore takes consideration in where the graduates will be deployed taking in consideration their strengths and where their potentials can be maximized to develop individual expertise.

During employment, Toll Singapore scholars will also look forward to development support to be part of the pool of diverse future logistics leadership talent across Toll Group and Japan Post, with a strong understanding of the transport and logistics industry. 

Preferred Courses of Study

  • All courses (excluding healthcare-related disciplines) with preference in:
    • Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences (Economics)
    • Business & Accountancy (Business, Business Analytics)
    • Engineering (Industrial & Systems Engineering, Materials Engineering, Material Science & Engineering)
    • Supply Chain Management