The individual is responsible for overall business performance and profitability of the unit. S/he manages category, improves consumer experience, manages product catalogue and design, drives process improvement, forecasts return deliveries and undertake manpower planning.
The individual performs data analysis, forecasting, manages team, supervises day-to-day operations in order processing and reverse logistics, and prepares daily reports.
The individual is responsible for EXIM operations in office, customs clearance at field and freight forwarding. The individual also performs freight and customs documentation and liaises with stakeholders to ensure timely clearance and shipment of cargo
The role holder is proficient in customs compliance, resolves any customs related issues and improve the efficiency and effectiveness of Exim Operations. The individual is also expected to participate in the strategic short-term and long-term planning, monitor key account activity, provide customer service and provide direction to operational staff to meet service levels.
The individual supervises daily operations of customs clearance, freight transportation and liaises with stakeholders to ensure efficient and timely clearance and shipment of cargo.
Goods Packaging Machine Operators are also known as Goods Packaging Operators or Packaging Operators. Individuals in this role are responsible for operating packaging equipment to pack goods and pasting labels onto the sealed packing cases. In case of large scale operations, the labelling operation might be done by a separate person.
An In-plant logistics Assistantis responsible for coordinating for receipt of goods and their storage within the stock yard, movement of goods within the industry premise from procurement to stock and stock to production line and for movement of finished goods within plant. He is also responsible for ensuring timely delivery of materials at the production line, maintaining records of inventory, receipt and despatches from the stock yard, providing daily and weekly reports on the inventory to the superiors, developing daily and weekly schedule for inbound and outbound activities, ensuring the safety and security of materials within the stockyard, initiate and apply new methods to reduce logistics costs and improve the processflow.
Inventory Clerk in the Logistics industry is also known as Inventory Executive. Individuals in this role need to collect the stored items list, perform physical counting of goods, cross checking the physical count with the system numbers. Their responsibilities include locating missing items for reconciliation and preparing detailed reports for the management.
The individual is responsible for issuing materials from warehouse in the manufacturing unit and plans for requirement and movement of materials in the manufacturing setup. S/he monitors information flows in materials department and develops performance improvement plan
To perform the duties of store keeper and Manager for IAF Stores, Procurement, Provisioning, Receipt and Despatch related tasks. For details refer Annexure - IV
Key Consignor Executives are also known as Key Account Executives or Key Account Managers. Individuals in this role, who work closely with key clients, are responsible for maintaining relationships with existing key clients, identifying prospective key clients and develop business opportunities with them. They are an integral part of the sales team who are responsible for managing the relationship with several key clients of an organization.
Kitting and Labelling Executive in the Logistics industry is also known as Kitter, Labeller, Warehouse Associate and Kitting Executive. Individuals in this role need to collect components required to make one complete product, verify this with the bill of materials and pack them. Their responsibilities include labelling the packed kit for easy identification.
The role holder is responsible for overall vehicle movement and ground operations. The individual receives order details, processes mandatory documents, conducts route survey, coordinates with supervisor for loader requirement and garage supervisor for fleet maintenance, arranges for consignment pick-up, issues In-Gate and Gate Exit pass and monitor and updates status of each consignment.
The individual will collect order information, conduct analysis of past trends; follow-up with trucking companies, coordinate with client; consolidate orders according to destination and monitor all consignments in real time
The individual is responsible for the overall functioning of the transport hub, people performance, processes and systems efficiency to ensure goods are received and dispatched appropriately and productivity targets are met. S/he monitors information flows in the hub and develops performance improvement plan.