Logistics Coordinator needed at TORLYS Mississauga, Ontario, Canada – Apply now

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Jun 24
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The Logistics Coordinator will coordinate and tackle freight functions at TORLYS. These include selection of the most effective method of movement of materials into TORLYS facilities, trade shows, and returns to suppliers, customers within Canada, US and overseas, and handling of freight claims, audit of freight billing, spot quotes, customs drawback, and container tracking. The Logistics Coordinator is passionate about transportation and logistics, a team player, proactive and creative, with a sense of urgency, and executes the assigned tasks without failure in timely manner.

Required Core Skills/Competencies:

Global Logistics (ocean, air, intermodal, road, courier)

Good understanding of 3PL

Customs

Supply Chain

Best Practices in freight management

Strong communication (verbal, written)

Negotiation skills

Strong systems and analytical skills

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

· Engage, collaborate, liaise with internal stakeholders in the Sales, Marketing, Finance, Product Development and Operations teams.

· Engage, collaborate, liaise, and negotiate with external stakeholders including freight forwarders, freight carriers, custom brokers, CP|CN and 3PL providers, with an emphasis on FTL, LTL, road and intermodal/rail, CA to CA, CA to US, US to CA, and US to US shipments.

· Coordinate the freight movement for inbound, outbound, reverse logistics, trade shows and customs.

· Track shipments from pick-up through delivery so that accurate, up-to-date information can be provided regarding any shipment, and update the transportation system.

· Accurately respond to customer requests to book shipments while providing the best possible solution within a timely manner ensuring that company targets are obtained.

· Negotiate spot quotes for various modes of transportation and logistics solutions.

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· Responsible for the freight administration activity these include claims, approval of freight bills, spot quotes, ad hoc freight lane analysis, and other freight analytics.

· Monitor, review and discuss the operational service levels with freight carriers.

· Prepare the duty drawback files for Canada Customs.

· Other duties as required.

Qualifications:

· Minimum 5-7 years previous experience in freight.

· Undergraduate degree in Operations Management will be an asset.

· CIFFA Certification in International Freight Forwarding, Professional Certification in SCMP will be preferred.

· Excellent computer skills, with proficiency in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Access and PowerPoint).

· Experience in Navision will be an asset.

· This position has no direct report(s).

Benefits of Working at TORLYS

  • A best in class Freight and Operations team that will help guide, inspire and support you.
  • Work within a fast-paced, innovative and passion-driven organization.
  • Opportunity to work with industry leaders.

Our People are Our Priority

One of the priorities in our business is our people at TORLYS. TORLYS is dedicated to investing in our people. It is all the people around us, the people behind the scenes that make everything happen. “Be the best we can be and have fun doing it together!” – TORLYS Mission Statement

– Peter Barretto, President & CEO

Source: ca.linkedin.com


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