Export Customer Services / Documentation Co-ordinator
Salary:£18 - 24K DOE
Ocean Import Co-ordinator
Salary:£23 - 25K
Customs Co-ordinator - Import & Export
Salary:c£18 - 20K
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Container Dispatcher / Planner
Salary: £20 - 25K DOE
Job type: Shipping & ForwardingTransport |
Reference : FXTCDP0115
Our client, a well established container transport & logistics company is looking to recruit a bright, enthusiastic shipping / transport professional to join their friendly, busy team. Candidates must have previous containerised shipping / transport experience.
Salary: £30-38k DOE
Job type: Transport |
Reference : TDMESS4755
Specific responsibilities will include :- • Service driven vehicle operations. • Driver recruitment and retention. • Vehicle maintenance and repair. • All compliance and Health & Safety matters. • Financial weekly reporting.
Import Forwarding Co-ordinator
Salary: £18-22K DOE
Job type: Shipping & Forwarding |
Reference : FXTIFC106
Our client, a well know shipping & forwarding company is looking to recruit an import forwarder to based at their Witham office. Candidates must have previous shipping & freight forwarding experience and be confident dealing with shipping lines, hauliers, warehouses and international clients.
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