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Shipping Clerk
November 25, 1988

About Candidate

I will contribute to the growth of the company through my experience and knowledge that I have gained over the years.

Location

Education

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National Diploma Logistics 2010
Tshwane Univeristy of Technology

Logistics Business Management Purchasing & Supply Management Practical Accounting Commercial Law Production Planning and Control Cost & Financial Management English End-User Computing: Word, Excel, PowerPoint

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Matric Certificate 2006
Midrand High School

English 1st Afrikaans 2nd Geography Business Economics Biology History

Work & Experience

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Shipping Clerk 07/12/2021
Trinity Telecomms

Create all new orders on evolution and word and send to suppliers Track and Trace all Orders Attend to All Shipping Queries Keeping up-to-date to Country Requirements Keeping up-to-date with the Import and Export Market Understanding of Country Regulations according to Customs Understanding of Shipment Clearance, Documentation requirements Update the shipping schedule Weekly and Host a virtual presentation of all Shipping related Arrange for the receipt of estimates for couriers & freight forwarders Assist with courier collections and deliveries Handle all International Imports both Sea & Air freight Handle all exports Air Freight Arrange Pre- inspection and Liaise with Bureau Veritas Updating of all Certificates for Imports and Exports Managing KPI’s Handle all forwarder’s accounts – questions and complaints Assist with RMA repairs Request weight, dimensions and all relevant documents from international Suppliers VAT calculation Handling and Issuing of Shipping (Export/Imports) documents Invoicing Keeping up-to-date to Country Requirements Keeping up-to-date with the Import and Export Market Consistent Meeting and Presentation with Forwarders, Clients and Suppliers Assist with NRSC regulation Costings of Goods Received Ensure processes and documentation adhere to Quality standard set, for Audit purposes Handle all insurance queries on hardware Updating all international supplier recons monthly for Manager

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Logistics and Sourcing Coordinator 10/01/2018 - 09/30/2019
Dupont

SAP user on PRD500 & PRD658 & P80 Understanding of Country Regulations according to Customs Understanding of Shipment Clearance, Documentation requirements Keeping up-to-date to Country Requirements Keeping up-to-date with the Import and Export Market Consistent Meeting and Presentation with Forwarders, Clients and Suppliers Cargo Track & Trace on SAP, BDP smart and Vessel website Provide Timeous and Accurate feedback to Suppliers and Clients Compliance (Comparison against Purchase Requisition, Invoice and Delivery note) VAT calculation Place Local orders Place International Orders Request weight, dimensions and estimates from International Suppliers Costing for Goods Received Generate Shipping Documents (Export & Import), export invoice, Carrier Notification, Delivery Note, Shipment Note, Packing List, Picking List, MSDS (literature), Certificate of Analysis, Certificate of Origin. Managing KPI’s Adhering to Compliance and Quality Standards Pre-inspection booking with SGS, Intertek and Bureau Veritas Goods receipting on SAP Goods Issue on SAP Stock reconciliation on SAP Air, Road and Sea Quotation Cargo weights and Dimensions Issuing of Clearing Instruction with Customs Handle Insurance queries Check for stock availability Handle All International Import Shipment Negotiate Rates Ensure processes and documentation adhere to Quality standard set, for Audit purposes Updating all international supplier reconciliation monthly Knowledge of Warehouse processes Warehouses: Durban, Johannesburg, Antwerp, Edina, USA Export Countries: Nigeria, Kenya, Tanzania, Belgium, China, Ghana, Algiers, Algeria, Madagascar Mode of Transport: Sea, Road, Air

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Procurement Data Administrator 03/01/2017 - 03/30/2018
ICAP

Update Procurement tracking sheet, which enable easy access and tracking of commodities regarding when the items departed to destination; arrival date to destination; Quantity received; Quantity outstanding Understanding of Country Regulations according to Customs Understanding of Shipment Clearance, Documentation requirements VAT Calculation Keeping up-to-date to Country Requirements Keeping up-to-date with the Import and Export Market Ensure processes and documentation adhere to Quality standard set, for Audit purposes Managing KPI’s Adhering to Compliance and Quality Standards Pre-inspection with SGS and BV Procurement of Items required at that time Request quotation from varies suppliers in accordance to the type of items that is being sourced Once quotation has been received, issue a purchase requisition to be approved. Knowledge of Warehouse Processes Upon of Approval of Purchase requisition, issue a Purchase Order and send it to the supplier Request an Invoice from the supplier Once invoice has been received, forward the invoice to the finance department for payment Payment to the supplier Arrange delivery of the commodity from their destination to the final destination in accordance to the INCOTERMS, type of commodity (whether it is cold chain) Send shipping documents (Packing list, Commercial invoice, Airwaybill) to the consignee for shipment clearance. Request delivery note once goods have been delivered at destination. Updating Shipping Schedule weekly Handle all forwarder’s accounts – Queries Negotiate Rates Costing of Goods Received Liaise with the State and Countries: New York (Head office), Namibia, Tanzania, Lesotho, Cote D’voire, Ethiopia, Uganda, Cameroon

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Import Assistant 07/02/2012 - 02/28/2017
Ignazio Messina

Import: Print manifests from the Shipping Liner Suite system, once it has been updated onto the system by Port of Load Check manifests to ensure that information corresponds against the system and update accordingly If the shipment is Hazardous, send out the Hazardous declaration forms to the client to complete and thereafter notify Port of Load according to the Hazardous type. (E.g., class 2.1- flammable gases; is not to be stacked at Port, it is to be discharged onto the delivery transport and exit the Port immediately on arrival at Port.) Send out Arrival notifications to clients Redirect containers accordingly to client request (whether remove off the rail list for road or leave shipment on the rail list.), upon which redirection confirmation are sent to the client. Once the Rate of Exchange (ROE) has been set; Send out invoice to clients according to the form transportation used (e.g., Rail, Merchant Road haul, Carrier Road haul) In order for the client to take release of the container this document have to be surrendered: Original bill of lading (unless otherwise Sea waybill or telex release); Cargo dues, SARS Bill of Entry, Payment (EFT/ Cheque), Release instruction (if clearing agent isn’t the consignee), and delivery instruction If there is an error on the bill of entry, a Voucher of correction is issued Custom and Border police stop, in order for client to have the container inspected at the client’s premises, an Embargo release has to be issued and surrendered to the Shipping line, if not, container is transported to the depot to be inspected thereafter client can take hold of the shipment once payment and all documents have been surrendered Send DRO (Release Order document) to client as proof. Update the transport name onto Navis system Liaise with Correspondences before, during and up to the delivery of shipment. Export: Booking of Shipments Send out booking confirmation to clients Pre-advise on the Navis to show that containers have been stacked at Port Retrieve booking lists from Liner Suite system once stacks are firm Check correspondence according to whether shipment in the container is hazardous, overweight, type of shipment (e.g., Bulk/RORO/), quantity as well as size of the container against the system. If the shipment is Hazardous, send out the Hazardous declaration forms to the client to complete and thereafter notify Port of Load according to the Hazardous type. (E.g., class 2.1- flammable gases; is not to be stacked at Port, though are to be discharged onto the delivery transport and exit the Port immediately on arrival at Port.) Request Shipping Instructions from clients Capture data onto the system Split bills on the Liner Suite system, if necessary, according to the Shipping instruction received from the client Issue invoices to clients, accordingly Upload manifest onto the system Print Original bill of lading upon request from client (and invoice the client accordingly), or else the client print their own bills. For client to have access to stamped original bill of ladings, once the shipped-on board and there these documents have to be surrendered: Cargo dues, Payment (EFT/ Cheque), SARS Bill of entry

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Import Clerk 10/10/2011 - 06/29/2012
Evergreen

Print manifests from the Shipping Online system, once it has been updated on to the system by Port of Load Check manifests to ensure that information corresponds against the system and update accordingly If the shipment is Hazardous, send out the Hazardous declaration forms to the client to complete and thereafter notify Port of Load according to the Hazardous type. (E.g., class 2.1- flammable gases; is not to be stacked at Port, it is to be discharged onto the delivery transport and exit the Port immediately on arrival at Port.) Send out Arrival notifications to clients Redirect containers accordingly to client request (whether remove off the rail list for road or leave shipment on the rail list.), upon which redirection confirmation are sent to the client. Once the Rate of Exchange (ROE) has been set; Send out invoice to clients according to the form transportation used (e.g., Rail, Merchant Road haul, Carrier Road haul) In order for the client to take release of the container these documents have to be surrendered: Original bill of lading (unless otherwise Sea waybill or telex release); Cargo dues, SARS Bill of Entry, Payment (EFT/ Cheque), Release instruction (if clearing agent isn’t the consignee), and delivery instruction If there is an error on the bill of entry, a Voucher of correction is issued Custom and Border police stop, in order for client to have the container inspected at the client’s premises, an Embargo release has to be issued and surrendered to the Shipping line, if not, container is transported to the depot to be inspected thereafter client can take hold of the shipment once payment and all documents have been surrendered Send DRO (Release Order document) to client as proof. Update the transport name onto Navis system Liaise with various departments.