Logistics Coordinator-Greenville, SC

Location: Greenville, SC

Department: Logistics Department

Type: Full Time

Min. Experience: Mid Level

Carolina Handling is the market leader throughout the Southeast for developing and implementing Material Handling solutions. Since 1966 we have based our successful performance on finding and developing the best Associates in the industry. If you're looking for a challenging, rewarding career where you can make a difference, then Carolina Handling is the place for you! At Carolina Handling, professional growth is fundamental to our corporate culture. Our motto is "Exceeding Customer Expectations". This not only applies to our external customers, but to our internal customers -- our Associates. We continually strive to exceed their expectations through career development, continuing education, advancement opportunities, job stability, great benefits and a culture unlike any other.

JOB SUMMARY

Carolina Handling is actively seeking a Logistics Coordinator in the Greenville area. The primary responsibilities of this position are to plan and coordinate transportation and manage the timely flow of customer orders to meet on-time delivery targets. The Logistics Coordinator will facilitate the efficient and timely transport of products between Carolina Handling facilities, Suppliers and Customers in a manner compliant with all company policies and governmental regulations.  They will also provide consistently effective communication with all relevant parties including suppliers, internal and external customers, and field personnel.  

Skills and qualifications needed include:

  • Coordinate, plan and execute distribution operations as per company procedures
  • Determine volume and ensure that all shipments are processed timely
  • Assure delivery requirements and coordinate pick-up / delivery activities
  • Prepare and maintain necessary distribution documents and records
    Accurate, timely scheduling and dispatching of trucks to ensure efficient flow to meet customer demand
  • Track shipments from pickup through delivery so that accurate, up-to-date information can be provided regarding any shipment
  • Monitor shipping status regularly using software applications and provide effective notification to, and communication with, all relevant parties
  • Teamwork with cross-functional areas to assure objectives are met for all areas
  • Negotiate with transportation providers to obtain best rates and service

OTHER DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Review and recommend improvements for existing distribution instructions
  • Participate in Logistics projects by managing new initiatives as they arise.
  • Maintain daily, weekly and monthly reports and statistics.
  • Active involvement with problem-solving of issues presented.
  • Filing and administrative duties as required

***To learn more about our company, you may visit our web site at www.carolinahandling.com. Please only send your resume to one location.

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, citizenship, disability or protected veteran status. 

 

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