impex coordinator

@zhell_12 (119)
January 5, 2007 12:03am CST
i have worked for six (6) years in a forwarding or logistics company as import/export coordinator. for that long years, i have learned lot of things in my job. doing all the bookings, monitoring, and doing reports of all my shipments.
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@mypigbox (2245)
• China
22 Feb 07
What does the goods import/export?With the experience,you can do it by yourselves?Opening a account on ebay to do that.
@zhell_12 (119)
• Philippines
23 Feb 07
i dont really get what's ur point. But the goods we are importing or exporting are those that are in volumes from different company (eg., electronics company or garments factory). Those that are finished goods or the raw materials. I hope i had answer a bit of ur question.
@Faye88 (1009)
• Singapore
27 Jan 07
May I know roughly what is the salary of that job for a coordinator who do not have any experience at all?I want a career change to that line but do not have experiences in this line .Do you learn on the job or do you have certificate/diplomas/degree in ths line or any other educational qualification?I read on a book on logistics can I ask you question about that if I have doubts in that book.There are lots of terms to learn how do you remember all the terms in order to work well in the job ?What kind of problems you face and how you handle it?Is this line hectic ?
@zhell_12 (119)
• Philippines
29 Jan 07
Well here in the Phils, salary of my job without experience is base on the minimum wage here which is very minimal. I just learn from my job but usually my work was based from the educational qualification. And yes there are terms to learn about this job but I also have learned while I am working. And usually problems encountered in this job were those of the clients complaining with their shipments. Another one is delayed imports.Just learn how to deal with your clients in proper way and try to transact their problem with the shipment and apologize if needed. And I can say that this line of work is little hectic.