- Keep records of all goods shipped, received, and stored.
- Check import or export documentation to determine cargo contents and use tariff coding system to classify goods according to fee or tariff group.
- Negotiate and arrange transport of goods with shipping or freight companies.
- Coordinate and supervise activities of workers engaged in packing and shipping merchandise.
- Inspect and count items received and check them against invoices or other documents, recording shortages and rejecting damaged goods.
- Create shipping lables for outgoing shipments.
- Scheduled inbound and outbound freight to comply with operations.
- Maintained accurate logs of product weights to ensure proper pricing methods are met.
- Respond to emails in a timely and professional manner.
- Received incoming shipments, compared contents against associated records and transmitted to proper department.
- Boosted inventory and recordkeeping accuracy by conducting thorough inspections and comparing shipment contents with documentation.
- Maintained accurate records in Shiprite, including materials weights, bill amounts and identified variances.
- Corresponded with carrier representatives to make arrangements and provide instructions for shipment and delivery of orders.
- Communicated with carrier representatives, arranging for special deliveries and shipment receipts.
- Worked effectively with shippers to resolve issues with shipments, including damaged materials and shortages.
- Packed, secured, labeled and applied postage to materials to prepare items for shipment.
- Follow up with customers to update contact information and to confirm sale order details.
- Complete monetary sales transactions by entering customer’s debit and credit card information into specialized sales software.
- Pull parts and orders according to customer requests.
- Call on current customer base to promote sales and maintain positive relationships.
- Answer incoming calls and route to appropriate personnel
- Utilize USPS, UPS and Triple AAA Cooper website / software for shipping preparation.
- Record shipment data, such as weight, charges, space availability, damages, or discrepancies, for reporting, accounting, or record keeping purposes.
- Assemble containers and crates used to transport lighting supplies.
- Prepare manifests showing freight weights, transmitting data to destinations.
- Operate several types of forklifts.
- Prepare documents, such as work orders, bills of lading, or shipping orders, to route materials