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Logistics Coordinator

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Company: Michael Page
Contract: PERM
Location: England, United Kingdom


  • Fast growing business with opportunities to progress.
  • Competitive salary & benefits on offer.

About Our Client

Our client is a fast growing ecommerce furniture retailer based in Pangbourne.

Job Description

The key responsibilities for the successful Logistics Coordinator will include:

  • Facilitate the shipping of products from one destination to another.
  • Work closely with the buying & Merchandising team, ensuring all the orders are correct and ready to proceed with shipping via air/sea freight.
  • Ensure all the correct import/export documentation is in place.
  • Manage the incoming and outgoing deliveries and ensure the SLA's are being met.
  • Work alongside the warehouse team, assisting with the coordination of container bookings coming in.
  • Provides WH staff schedule plan to meet container intake demand.
  • Makes sure warehouse capacity is kept at optimal levels.
  • Continually reviews freight costs, transportation rates to keep costs down where possible.
  • Provides weekly & daily inbound reporting.
  • Manages inbound container log.
  • Performance reports covering the end-to-end supply chain.
  • Tracking shipments though shipping platform.
  • Proactively identifying and troubleshooting logistics challenges to ensure a seamless service.

The Successful Applicant

The successful Logistics Coordinator will have the following attributes:

  • Previous logistics experience is highly desirable but not essential.
  • Experience working in a fast-paced environment.
  • Outstanding organisational skills with the ability to prioritise tasks.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Customer focused and proactive.
  • Live within commutable distance of Pangbourne.

What's on Offer

A competitive salary & benefits are offer for the successful Logistics Coordinator.

 
 
 
 





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