Sea Freight Supervisor – Mississauga

Reporting to: Operations Manager
Location: Mississauga

Position Summary
Reporting to the Operations Manager, your responsibilities will be to manage through supervision the entire sea freight operation including both Import and Export. This will include the smooth operation and supervision of staff in the following areas: export rate and allocation negotiations, customer service, overseeing shipments.

Qualifications / Requirements
• Minimum of 5 years’ experience in a supervisory role
• Arranging pick up of shipment, documentation, MBL, HBL, B-13’s etc.
• Partnering with steamship lines and co-loaders to ship outbound cargo
• Knowledge of Letters of Credit
• Monitor and trace various cargo shipments until delivered
• Billing and invoicing
• Prepare and maintain various files and reports
• Maintain accurate customer information
• Able to multi-task in a fast paced environment and ability to meet deadlines
• Post secondary studies in International Trade or equivalent in experience
• Strong customer service and communication skills
• Ability to work in a team environment
• Proficient computer skills, including Word, Excel and PowerPoint

KWE Canada is an equal opportunity and accessible employer.

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