|Industry||Logistics and Supply Chain|
|Job Title||Internal Shipping Coordinator|
|Company's Business||Contract Logistics/ SCM, Projects & Events, Land transport, Airfreight, and Ocean freight|
|Working Locations||Japan, Tokyo|
The client is in the logistics and supply chain support industry and trade in the global exchange of goods through land transport, worldwide air and ocean freight, contract logistics and supply chain management.
- Cleary understanding of Client demands/requirements then Precisely translating it to overseas/Carriers/Subcontractors to suggest/execute most suitable shipment ways and reasonable costs, whatsoever cargo nature, global logistics covering multi cargo origins ex worldwide and domestic EX/IM logistics in Japan
- Total Coordination work with our Client/Overseas/Carriers/Subcontractors for any kinds of Project cargo via Ocean Shp(Container/Breakbulk), Air Freight of mainly triangle shipments of Projects
- Coordination with Japanese Customers/Vendors/Carriers/ Overseas/agents.
- Ship documentation & system input for our own Tango as well as our client system, if requested (including Issuing BLs and Billing and Booking of Vouchers)
- Expedite and check Shipping Plan prepared by Shipping Companies
- Booking on suitable vessel or flight comply with client target/requests.
- Monitoring and Controlling shipping status report for client
- Attending Pre-shipment/discharging Meeting, if any
- Loading/Discharging attendance at Port or Delivery Site, if any
- Follow up various spot business inquiries/operations from customers and overseas offices/agents
- Supporting Temp Staff in the customer office
- Integrity, Team player, Generosity, Open mind to others, Flexibility
- Normal communication skills ( Japanese / English ) writing and speaking
- Minimum PC skills ( Excel / Word / PowerPoint )
- Challenging Spirits & Never give up to achieve the target
Experiences and Qualifications
- At least 2 years of working experience in any business entity.(if it is related to shipping/logistic, it is preferred, but not mandatory)