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Sea Freight Imports Clerk

We are now recruiting for a Sea Freight Imports Coordinator based in Felixstowe

Our client is a well-established freight forwarder based in Felixstowe, a leading independent UK freight forwarding and customs clearance provider who can handle all freight forwarding, customs, warehousing and distribution services for their clients worldwide

Your role will include the full Sea freight imports cycle, from taking bookings, handling quotations, preparing and completing all documentation from bookings to final invoice, negotiating rates with shipping lines customs entries and clearances using FCL

In order to apply for this role, you must have a freight forwarding background sea freight imports background full cycle including customs clearances with excellent client and customer service skills

Key skills required
Experience of Sea Freight - Import
Customs entries experience
Demonstrate a good understanding of documentation for sea freight movements
Good customer service skills
Good client liaison skills
A strong team player capable of working as an individual or in a team environment
Can show great product knowledge within Freight Forwarding


Benefits
Salary £27,000 - £32,000 dependent upon experience/ Flexible for the right candidate
Pension
22 Days Holiday to start


If you are looking for a role with an established freight company with genuine career opportunities for the right individual please forward your cv.

Details

Job Type:Permanent
Location:- South Coast, Kent
Benefits:£27,000-32,000 basic salary; pension; 22 days holiday to start
Branch:Freight Personnel
Ref:38808/FP15415/K
Consultant:Karen Kempson
Tel: 0161 452 0452
Email: kkempson@freightpersonnel.co.uk
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