A Leading Clearing & Freight Forwarding Company looking for a dynamic staff in their Lagos Office for the role of a General Manager.
Job Title: GENERAL MANAGER
Job Reference: GM 02
Oversee activities directly related to providing services.
Direct and coordinate activities of the business
Manage staff, preparing work schedules and assigning specific duties.
Establish and implement departmental policies, goals, objectives, and procedures
Determine staffing requirements, and interview, hire and train new employees, or oversee
Driving sustainable and continuous optimisation of the business system by embedding process management and lean thinking
Ensure projects are completed on time and to a high standard
Knowledge of business and management principles involved in strategic planning, resource allocation, human resources modelling, leadership technique, production methods, and coordination of people and resources.
Good knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite
Management of financial resources
Process improvement and quality management
Must possess a minimum of a second class Upper in Business administration or any related discipline from a reputable university
Possession of an MBA will be an added advantage
A minimum of 5 years experience in a similar role
Applicant should not be more than 40 years of age
Applicant must have concluded NYSC
Application Deadline: 5th July 2013
How to Apply
We have discussed in earlier articles some important details regarding Freight Forwarders and how you as a customer or client should approach the relationship to get the most out of it. But let us not forget the very purpose why there is a need for a Forwarder in the first place: exportation.
Exporting is defined as a trade function that involves shipping to another country1. It is considered to be the oldest form of economic transfer and usually occurs on a larger scale. Exportation offers your company valuable growth, particularly when it occurs between countries, and requires a special approach that often requires more than just planning. Increased sales and profits can be achieved but this is dependent on the success of the exportation venture: there are many risks involved and a company might find itself picking from nothing but bones.
So before commencing to sending that product abroad, know these four simple keys to successful exporting. Ready?
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1. Plan and plan ahead always be a step in advance
Before going all-out on the export effort, make certain to draw and invest in a feasible business plan, identifying the best way to tackle the issues brought about by the global market as well as enumerating the financial risks, competition, and even company flaws that may prove as disadvantages in the long run. Have your goals set the first time and achieve them, slowly if you must but surely. Have your strategies ready. It s also good to have a list of your next steps, future and possible endeavours, as well as back-up. You will need to grow eventually if all goes accordingly, but if your business does experience some missteps along the way, be prepared to take it in stride.
2. Improve on the product undertake research to improve product quality, study the market and be prepared for fluctuations
Improving product quality may mean the need to build on the product s most prominent characteristic and seeking to enhance its weaker points. This may also mean re-defining your product from time to time especially to better the features. Remember that although it s true that the original recipe might work (and be your success), it is not for every company. So enhance the product when and as needed.
Study the evolving market because what can be sold locally may need to be re-packaged, refined and reassembled to cater to the international taste especially if it s needed to pass into the target country. Always seek to know more of the market, the cultures therein and their needs, readying your business for current and passing trends, fickle consumerism and competition in the form of other companies aimed at the same thing as you are.
3. Establish good connections and relationships
Establishing a good bond may take as short as a few months or as long as a few years to improve especially in exporting, but hard-earned loyalty has many rewards eventually. So retain your customers faith and trust, keeping in mind that an initial success in any transaction could also mean just the beginning of a long-standing association with your clientele. Be the company that they ll be used to , the first they will call for needed products, without disappointing expectations through quality goods and excellent services.
Establish a good rapport with your partners as well, keeping the company processes as harmonious with them as necessary to build that success. This is especially true with Forwarding Partners since they will be your link to the international market. So treat each new contract as more than just a means for your business to survive. Be part of your partners success as even the smallest party involved in your processes will also be part of yours
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4. Protect your business and the people in it
Besides the management and export customers, your workers especially those behind your production are also a driving force that propels your business forward, so it pays to look after them. Remember to compensate them for a job well done, with full benefits that address their needs at work, and a transparent administration that wins not only the customers loyalty but your members and staff as well.
Running a business is never easy, and bringing the product to an international landscape can spell either doom or bloom for a company, but with much persistence and heart, any effort invested will ultimately pay off.
Fast growing International Food Company, headquartered in Fargo, ND seeks experienced Export Specialist.
The Export Specialist is responsible for the management of export shipments from origin through final delivery in accordance with the internal and customer requirements as well regulatory laws and regulations. The position will review contracts for required clauses and identify omissions and interface with internal and external customers, foreign order administration, freight forwarders, customs officers, and other functional areas to ensure coordination and logistics of shipments.
Key Duties and Responsibilities:
- Prepare and process export documentation according to customs regulations, laws, and procedures.
- Confer with officials in various agencies to facilitate clearance of goods through customs.
- Compile necessary export documentation, such as customs invoices, certificates of origin, and cargo control documents.
- Track location of shipments, providing shipping and ETA details to appropriate parties.
- Maintain data in SCI systems to keep internal customers informed on shipment status.
- Interface with Internal departments including Traders, Accounting, and Logistics.
- Bachelor s Degree or equivalent combination of education and experience.
- Minimum 2 years of proven success in Exporting.
- Experience with U.S. Customs, Freight Forwarders and other government agencies.
- Knowledge of administration and legal compliance of Government Regulations for Exporting.
- Experience with reading and interpreting international logistics contracts.
- Interpersonal communication skills and strong customer focus are a must.
- Ability to handle multiple tasks simultaneously and the ability to maintain composure in challenging situations.
- Strong conviction of compliance and business ethics.
- Strong attention to detail with high degree of accuracy.
- Highly organized with ability to work independently.
- Proven ability to independently research, analyze, organize, and prioritize work.
- Proficient in Microsoft Word and Excel.
- Must be able to work in Fargo, ND.
- 1 year customs entry writing experience.
- Experience reading and interpreting international logistics and purchasing contracts.
- Experience and/or training in Incoterms.
- Experience with FDA and USDA export requirements.
Ocean Freight Shipping Rates Increase for Asia to U.S./Canada Imports
Posted by Annette Leahy on Fri, Jun 07, 2013 @ 02:00 PM
As of Monday, July 31, 2013, United States & Canada manufacturers, retailers and wholesalers importing cargo from the Far East will incur an across-the-board general rate increase (GRI), as announced by freight shipping carriers.
The confirmed freight shipping rate levels for ocean containers consisting of standard and refrigerated cargo, embarking from the Far East and imported into the United States and Canada are as follows:
United States and Canadian West Coast:
- US$320 per 20-foot shipping container
- US$400 per 40-foot shipping container
- US$450 per 40-foot HC shipping container
- US$505 per 45-foot shipping container
IPI via the West Coast:
- US$480 per 20-foot shipping container
- US$600 per 40-foot shipping container
- US$675 per 40-foot HC shipping container
- US$760 per 45-foot shipping container
United States and Canadian East Coast via All Water or Intermodal:
- US$480 per 20-foot shipping container
- US$600 per 40-foot HC shipping container
- US$760 per 45-foot shipping container
To some freight shipping customers this may seem like just another in a long series of continuously rising ocean shipping rates. And while there have been steady increases over the years, the fluctuating nature of freight shipping rates is ongoing, with prices rising and falling depending upon factors such as supply and demand, freight shipper competition, and cargo capacity management.
Bill Mongelluzzo, Associate Editor of the Journal of Commerce1 (JOC) wrote an article last year titled Ocean Carriers Flex Their Pricing Power2, which was prefaced with “Trade growth is dragging and capacity is increasing. So why are shippers paying so much more?” This is in apparent reference to the fact that only the shipping industry seems to defy the basic business principles of supply and demand.
Through our freight shipping3 network, we will continue to negotiate with our cargo carrier partners to mitigate these freight rate levels, and keep you up to date on all the latest developments and progress as it happens. If you have any questions, please contact us toll-free at (800) 383-3157.
At ETC International, our overseas freight shipping network has been serving companies in need of commercial and industrial cargo imports since 1984, and we are committed to keeping our customers abreast of the latest shipping industry changes so that they may make the most informed decisions when it comes to import and export freight shipping considerations.
With nearly 30 years experience in overseas import and export freight shipping, we have an expert understanding of all the ins-and-outs of commercial ocean vessel transport. As a result, we are able to provide invaluable information to our commercial clients to help them make the most of their shipping dollars. We provide all the details a company needs to effectively import and export consumer goods and industrial distributions.
We are happy to provide a no-cost, hassle-free rate quote on overseas freight import and export shipping for manufacturers, retailers and wholesalers, and to discuss additional considerations of the overseas shipping process, so your business can reliably ship goods to paying customers or receive goods from overseas freight importers.
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Australian air security rules are set to change from July 2014 as the Australian Government seeks to develop a more secure end-to-end supply chain for Australian air cargo networks. According to the government, these changes may create future business opportunities for Australian exporters, as well as new regulatory obligations.
Australian forwarders, however, are concerned that the proposed changes will increase the costs of Australian exports, potentially making Australia a less competitive trade country. The Australian Federation of International Forwarders1 (AFIF) believe that the proposed scheme will have a detrimental effect on a range of businesses, including freight forwarders, air cargo security and businesses seeking to export cargo by air.
Read more about the views of Australian freight forwarders: http://www.aircargonews.net/news/single-view/news/aussie-forwarders-attack-security-proposal.html2
Read the Government s information: http://www.infrastructure.gov.au/transport/security/cargo/securing_supply_chain.aspx3
- ^ Australian Federation of International Forwarders (www.afif.asn.au)
- ^ http://www.aircargonews.net/news/single-view/news/aussie-forwarders-attack-security-proposal.html (www.aircargonews.net)
- ^ http://www.infrastructure.gov.au/transport/security/cargo/securing_supply_chain.aspx (www.infrastructure.gov.au)
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Recruit4Talent is in need of Telesales Executive – Freight Import/Export on Mon, 27 May 2013 18:52:30 GMT. Telesales Executive – Freight Import/Export ‘ 20,000 negotiable depending on experience, good career progressionCannock, Staffordshire The Company: Our client is based in Staffordshire and is part of an International Freight Forwarding Organisation with their Head Office based in Helsinki they and are a member of the BIFA, the IATA and FIATA. Established as a group since 1900, the company aims to be…
Location: Cannock, England Description: Recruit4Talent is in need of Telesales Executive – Freight Import/Export right now, this job will be placed in England. For complete informations about this job opportunity please give attention to these descriptions. Telesales Executive – Freight Import/Export ‘ 20,000 negotiable depending on experience, good career progressionCannock, Staffordshire The Company: Our client is! based in Staffordshire and is part of an International Freight Forwarding Organisation with their Head Office based in Helsinki they and are a member of the BIFA, the IATA and FIATA. Established as a group since 1900, the company aims to be a preferred place of employment and encourages staff to take part in a continuing education programme, and the client is constantly striving to achieve an efficient and friendly service using Land, Sea and Air to achieve their objectives. They strive on the unpredictable challenges faced on a daily basis and maintain a fluid and agile workforce to respond and react to change , always thinking on their feet and applying sound judgement in their decision making.Key Responsibilities: Reporting to the Branch Manager the successful applicant will be able to make new business calls and also negotiate with existing customers via the telephone and emails promoting various freight forwarding services.Keep management informed by submitting activi! ty and results reportsSupport Business Development by respondi! ng to ad-hoc prospective client enquiriesProvide administrative support to the Branch ManagerWork closely with the Operations team to ensure excellent customer experienceThe Ideal Candidate: At least 2 years telephone sales experienceProven track record in Export/Import Freight industryStrong commercial awarenessAbility to work in a fast moving environmentWell organised and the ability to manage multiple projects/deliverables concurrentlyThe ability to work both independently and as part of a teamIT literate, particularly Microsoft Office excel/databaseIdeally suited to a dedicated professional who is looking to develop their sales, client and analytical skillsTo have the capacity to understand the organisation and the environment in which it operatesThe capacity to understand the organisations goals and objectives and respond positively and enthusiastically to change and to assist others in achieving others in their objectivesBenefits: ‘ 20,000 negotiable depending on expe! rienceEnd of year Bonus based on profitabilityHours of work 9.00 am to 5.30 pm, 1 hour for lunch20 days holiday per annum- .If you were eligible to this job, please give us your resume, with salary requirements and a resume to Recruit4Talent.
Location: Cannock, England
Description: Recruit4Talent is in need of Telesales Executive – Freight Import/Export right now, this job will be placed in England. For complete informations about this job opportunity please give attention to these descriptions. Telesales Executive – Freight Import/Export ‘ 20,000 negotiable depending on experience, good career progressionCannock, Staffordshire The Company: Our client is! based in Staffordshire and is part of an International Freight Forwarding Organisation with their Head Office based in Helsinki they and are a member of the BIFA, the IATA and FIATA. Established as a group since 1900, the company aims to be a preferred place of employment and encourages staff to take part in a continuing education programme, and the client is constantly striving to achieve an efficient and friendly service using Land, Sea and Air to achieve their objectives. They strive on the unpredictable challenges faced on a daily basis and maintain a fluid and agile workforce to respond and react to change , always thinking on their feet and applying sound judgement in their decision making.Key Responsibilities: Reporting to the Branch Manager the successful applicant will be able to make new business calls and also negotiate with existing customers via the telephone and emails promoting various freight forwarding services.Keep management informed by submitting activi! ty and results reportsSupport Business Development by respondi! ng to ad-hoc prospective client enquiriesProvide administrative support to the Branch ManagerWork closely with the Operations team to ensure excellent customer experienceThe Ideal Candidate: At least 2 years telephone sales experienceProven track record in Export/Import Freight industryStrong commercial awarenessAbility to work in a fast moving environmentWell organised and the ability to manage multiple projects/deliverables concurrentlyThe ability to work both independently and as part of a teamIT literate, particularly Microsoft Office excel/databaseIdeally suited to a dedicated professional who is looking to develop their sales, client and analytical skillsTo have the capacity to understand the organisation and the environment in which it operatesThe capacity to understand the organisations goals and objectives and respond positively and enthusiastically to change and to assist others in achieving others in their objectivesBenefits: ‘ 20,000 negotiable depending on expe! rienceEnd of year Bonus based on profitabilityHours of work 9.00 am to 5.30 pm, 1 hour for lunch20 days holiday per annum- .If you were eligible to this job, please give us your resume, with salary requirements and a resume to Recruit4Talent.
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I-5 Bridge Collapsed (Stephen Brashear/Getty Images)
MOUNT VERNON, Wash. (AP) A truck hauling a too-tall load of drilling equipment hit an overhead bridge girder on the major interstate between Seattle and Canada, sending a section of the span and two vehicles into the Skagit River. All three occupants suffered only minor injuries.
It happened about 7 p.m. Thursday on the north section of the four-lane Interstate 5 bridge near Mount Vernon, about 60 miles north of Seattle and 40 miles south of the Canada border, and disrupted travel in both directions.
The Washington State Patrol said the truck the driver works for Mullen Trucking in Alberta. The tractor-trailer, which was marked as an oversize load, was hauling a housing for drilling equipment Vancouver, Wash., when the top right front corner of the load struck several trusses on the north end of the bridge, the patrol said.
The driver, William Scott, of Spruce Grove, Alberta, near Edmonton, voluntarily gave a blood sample for an alcohol test and was not arrested.
Initially, it wasn t clear if the bridge just gave way on its own. But at an overnight news conference, Washington State Patrol Chief John Batiste blamed it on the too-tall load. The vertical clearance from the roadway to the beam is 14.6 feet.
The truck made it off the bridge and the driver remained at the scene and cooperated with investigators. Two other vehicles went into the water about 25 feet below as the structure crumbled. Three people were rescued and were recovering Friday.
The trucking company said it received a state-issued permit to carry its oversized load across the bridge.
Ed Scherbinski, vice president of Mullen Trucking, said in an interview with The Associated Press that the Washington state Department of Transportation had approved of the company s plan to drive a piece of drilling equipment along Interstate 5 to Vancouver, Wash.
He also said the company hired a local escort to help navigate the route.
Scherbinski said company officials are as bewildered as everyone else. He said he s not sure whether the Mullen Trucking vehicle was the cause of the collapse, but the driver could see the bridge falling in his rearview mirror.
Cynthia Scott, of Spruce Grove, Alberta, said she spoke with her husband moments after he saw the bridge fall into a river in his rear-view mirror. Cynthia Scott said there was a small ding in one of the front corners of the load.
Dave Chesson, a state DOT spokesman, said there were no signs leading up to the bridge warning about its clearance height.
Traffic could be affected for some time. The bridge is used by an average of 71,000 vehicles a day, so the roadblock will cause a major disruption in trade and tourism between Seattle and Vancouver, British Columbia.
The Washington Transportation Department has set up detours. The closest bridge nearby is mostly used for local traffic between Mount Vernon and Burlington. The department also is recommending detours using Highway 20 and Highway 9 that add tens of miles to a trip. Drivers are urged to avoid the area if possible, especially over the Memorial Day weekend.
Francisco Rodriguez, of Burlington, looked at the damage Thursday evening and realized the area has lost an important transportation link.
Well, very important, I mean everybody goes through here, everybody goes to Canada, Canadian side. Myself, I drove it every day, twice a day, he said.
Dan Sligh and his wife were in their pickup on Interstate 5 heading to a camping trip when a bridge before them disappeared in a big puff of dust.
I hit the brakes and we went off, Sligh told reporters from a hospital, adding he saw the water approaching you hold on as tight as you can.
Sligh and his wife were taken to Skagit Valley Hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. The other man was reported in stable condition at United General Hospital in Sedro-Woolley, hospital CEO Greg Reed said.
The bridge was inspected twice last year and repairs were made, Transportation Secretary Lynn Peterson said.
It s an older bridge that needs a lot of work just like a good number of bridges around the state, she said.
The National Transportation Safety Board was sending an investigative team.
Jeremiah Thomas, a volunteer firefighter, said he was driving nearby when he glimpsed something out of the corner of his eye and turned to look.
The bridge just went down, it crashed through the water, he said. It was really surreal.
Crowds of people lined the river to watch the scene unfold.
It s not something you see every day, said Jimmy O Connor, the owner of two local pizza restaurants who was driving on another bridge parallel to the one that collapsed. People were starting to crawl out of their cars.
The bridge was not classified as structurally deficient, but a Federal Highway Administration database listed it as being functionally obsolete a category meaning that the design is outdated, such as having narrow shoulders and low clearance underneath.
The bridge, which was inspected last August and November, was built in in 1955 and had a sufficiency rating of 47 out of 100 at its November 2012 inspection, Transportation Department spokesman Noel Brady said Friday. The state average is 80, according to an Associated Press analysis.
Washington state was given a C in the American Society of Civil Engineers 2013 infrastructure report card and a C- when it came to the state s bridges. The group said more than a quarter of Washington s 7,840 bridges are considered structurally deficient or functionally obsolete.
The bridge was 1,112 feet long and 180 feet wide, with two lanes in each direction, Brady said. There are four spans, or sections, over the water supported by piers. The span on the north side is the one that collapsed. It s a steel truss bridge, meaning it has a boxy steel frame.
The mishap was reminiscent of the August 2007 collapse of an I-35W bridge in Minneapolis that killed 13 people and injured another 145 when it buckled and fell into the Mississippi River during rush-hour.
Sligh was thankful.
His wife was doing OK and he had lots of cuts, he said. You re kind of pinching yourself and realize you re lucky to be alive.
Baker reported from Olympia, Wash. Associated Press writers Chris Grygiel in Seattle and Terry Tang in Phoenix also contributed to this report.
Copyright 2013 The Associated Press.
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Shrewsbury – based Morris Lubricants have recently purchased their 100th vehicle from Greenhous DAF. Both companies have been working together for over 70 years and the recent investment cements the ongoing relationship between the two.
Morris Lubricants is a family owned business that has been manufacturing lubricants in Shrewsbury since 1869. The well established company has grown from strength to strength by becoming one of Europe s leading oil blenders and marketers, with a solid reputation for quality and service.
Kevin Comerford, sales director and operations manager at Greenhous DAF, said Morris Lubricants recently purchased two new DAF vehicles; an 85 Series Tractor Unit and a 75 Series Rigid Truck. With the new Euro 6 legislation coming into force soon, Morris were keen to bring their purchases forward in order to buy Euro 5 vehicles before the deadline.
We have built up an incredibly strong relationship with Morris over the past 70 years. Supplying such a renowned local business over an extended period shows just how easy they are to work with. Investing in over 100 vehicles is a testament to Greenhous as a company and we will always repay their loyalty with the best customer service and offers available.
Andrew Goddard, managing director at Morris Lubricants, said Greenhous have always made the whole process of buying a vehicle extremely easy, including the parts and servicing – and that is why we keep going back. The transportation of our products is obviously extremely important and we need to know that our trucks won t let us down.
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