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Commodities People Doing Recruitment

Our Commodity Sectors
  • Coffee

  • Cocoa

  • Tea

  • Sugar

  • Cotton

  • Grains & Oilseeds

  • Pulses

  • Nuts & Spices

OCR Commodities is a specialist Commodity recruitment business that delivers a bespoke and individual service. With extensive knowledge, experience and networking within the soft commodities sector, we are able to recognise and fulfil the needs of our commodity clients, whilst placing candidates efficiently and effectively to maximise their growth potential.

The business is made up of ex-commodity professionals, we are commodities people doing commodities recruitment and have a
straightforward mission; Helping all we meet to reach their full potential.


The business was built around the unique needs of recruiting for the commodities sector. The sector relies on far-reaching personal relationships in soft and agricultural commodities. Whilst our team has unrivalled personal networks, it is our deep experience within the commodities industry that allows to effectively assess the best talent. Finally, we bring a sense of purpose to our work; we are mature unicorn hunters who enjoy what we do.


Importantly as ex-commodity professionals, we understand the value of discretion, we promise that candidates and clients are treated equally with respect and confidentiality.

Your next Commodity hire starts here
Our Testimonials

“WCR has found in OCR a trusted partner for all our coffee agronomy-related hires. They are accessible and responsive. I am impressed with Andy's intimate knowledge of the coffee community and of Isabel's consistent and professional hiring management skills. I feel strongly this is a partnership that will endure.”


Siaska Vieira de Castro, Administration & Finance Director, World Coffee Research, November 2021

“It has always been a pleasure to work with OCR on our different HR needs in commodities. If you are looking for confidentiality, discretion and a targeted niche profile in the industry, they are the right team.”


Arnaud Lorioz, CEO, Deepcore, February 2021

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