Job Description

“We’re not in the shipping business; we’re in the information business” -Peter Rose, Expeditors Founder
Global supply chain management is what we do, but at the heart of Expeditors you will find professionalism, leadership, and a friendly environment, all of which foster an innovative, customer service-based approach to logistics.
+ 15,000 trained professionals
+ 250+ locations worldwide
+ Fortune 500
+ Globally unified systems

1. To review, check and verify customs brokerage documents as provided by Customers, Government Agencies and Expeditors Service Providers.
2. To prepare all related paperwork and necessary information such as Customs Entry and Delivery Order, and then provide to the relevant parties in a timely manner.
3. To perform all paperwork associated with orders and maintain the corresponding files including disposal.
4. To be able to take care the rate inquiry/RFQ and price negotiation with customers, service providers or any related parties.
5. To coordinate with internal/external relevant parties in handling shipments, performing invoicing, including associated back-up and documentation and ensure proper invoicing of accounts.
6. To contact customers and service providers on any issues regarding customs formalities, clearance, billing and payment.
7. To communicate by phone or email for supporting any requests and complaints.
8. To take up additional assignments as required to meet with the Company needs.
- Bachelor Degree in any fields.
- At least one-year working experience in customs brokerage or accounting.
- Knowledge of customs formalities, clearance, cargo handling process and customs regulations are preferable.
- Accounting Background is preferable.
- Good command of English and typing skill.
- Well versed in MS Office and Outlook programs.
Expeditors offers excellent benefits
+ Paid Vacation, Holiday, Sick Leave
+ Group Medical, Life & Accident Insurance
+ Employee Stock Purchase Plan
+ Training and Personnel Development Program