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Senior Sea Freight Imports Coordinator

We are now recruiting for our well-established freight forwarding client a Senior Sea freight Imports Clerk based at Manchester Airport. Now due to expansion we are looking to add to the Freight Operations team at Manchester Airport a Sea freight Imports professional.

This is a great opportunity to join a privately held freight forwarding business. They have the vision and passion of any major blue-chip business but are a privately-owned freight forwarder. Providing multimodal logistics solutions to a wide range of industries across the globe. They are global business and offer a great team working environment

Responsibilities

You will be dealing with all aspects of ocean freights movement from start to finish doing FCL/LCL and some groupage loads.
To complete customs entries and associated documents in a timely manner to ensure the smooth movement of consignments.
You will be required to deal with all ocean import documentation.
Liaise with hauliers and shipping lines to organise transportation
Liaison with overseas agents with regards to the Bookings.

Person

Experience of Sea Freight Imports with a good understanding of Ocean Imports, can hit the ground running
Customs entries
A strong team player capable of working as an individual or in a team environment
Excellent Freight Forwarding Skills

Benefits

Salary up to £30,000
24 days holiday a year plus bank holidays
Excellent training and career opportunities

Details

Job Type:Permanent
Location:- North West, Manchester
Benefits:Up to £30k basic salary; 24 days holiday plus bank holidays; excellent training and career opportunities
Branch:Freight Personnel
Ref:37783/FP14935/K
Consultant:Karen Kempson
Tel: 0161 452 0452
Email: kkempson@freightpersonnel.co.uk
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