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Cross Trade Freight Clerk

We now have an exciting opportunity for a Cross Trade Clerk based in Wythenshawe, Manchester working for a global freight forwarder.

With over 300 people strategically placed in 10 locations throughout the UK and Eire, and with over 250 offices worldwide. This company is ideally positioned to handle International Ocean and air movements from all around the globe. As well as providing the best possible international transport solutions for individual customers.

Your role will involve dealing with cross trade freight into Europe for a key account from worldwide destinations handling air and sea freight. You will manage the process dealing with all the related documentation making sure all the paperwork such as the Pre advices and Bills of Lading are correct and match up to shipments.

Liasing with customers and overseas offices this role is role requires a background gained in both air and sea freight you are dealing with various time zones and various suppliers so you must be able to work in pressurised and fast-moving environment.

We are ideally looking for a cross trade background but we would consider a freight forwarding background in air and sea gained from a freight forwarder. You must have worked in freight forwarding for at least 3 years to apply for this role.

£25,000 to £35,000 Circa possibly flexible for the right candidate
21 days holidays rising to 25
Pension after probation period
Hrs 9-5 with 1 Hour for Lunch

Details

Job Type:Permanent
Location:- North West, Manchester
Benefits:£25,000-35,000 salary; 21 days holiday rising to 25; pension aster probation; 9-5 with an hour for lunch
Branch:Freight Personnel
Ref:39503/FP15778/K
Consultant:Karen Kempson
Tel: 0161 452 0452
Email: kkempson@freightpersonnel.co.uk
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