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Logistics is defined as a business planning framework for the management of material, service, information and capital flows. It includes the increasingly complex information, communication and control systems required in today's business environment. It is also defined as the procurement, maintenance, distribution, and replacement of personnel and material. A typical logistics framework consists of physical supply, internal operations and physical distribution of goods and services. Logistics is a critical component relevant across agriculture, manufacturing and service sectors and has to be optimally managed for smooth functioning of production and distribution operations. Additionally, logistics cost accounts for a major component of the input costs in all sectors, more so in the case of sectors such as cement, steel, automobiles, FMCG, retail, pharmaceuticals etc. With rising competition in the sectors that use logistics services, it has become even more important to enhance the efficiency of the system and use the cost-benefit in increasing the company’s competitiveness. Besides, with increasing globalisation a larger number of multi-national companies (MNCs) are sourcing, manufacturing and distributing goods on a global scale, and thus need more complex supply chains to be managed. Given such developments in Transportation, Warehousing and Courier / Express sub-sectors are expected to become a more specialised and niche expertise area where high premium will be charged for increased quality and quantity of service delivered by logistic service provider. The annual logistics cost in India is valued at Rs. 6,750 billion (US$ 135 billion) and it is growing at 8-10% annually. Logistics cost by value accounts for around 13% of the GDP of India – this is much higher than that in the US (9%), Europe (10%) and Japan (11%) but lower than that in countries such as China (18%) and Thailand (16%). In particular, the percentage-wise share of transport cost (an important constituent of total logistic cost incurred by a nation) by value of GDP has been steadily increasing. The high cost of logistics in India when compared to developed nations may be attributed to poor quality of infrastructure and inadequate service quality vis-a-vis counterparts such as US and Europe. Transportation, Warehousing and Courier / Express sub-sector in India is dominated by the unorganised segment (small truck owning companies linked to intermediate brokers or transport companies, small warehouse operators, shop cum courier pick-up points, custom brokers, freight forwarders, etc.); the organised segment accounts for less than 10% of the total logistics market in India. The type of logistics services provided in India are yet evolving; the focus in India has been on enabling ‘physical distribution’ as compared to developed nations where the focus has progressively shifted to ‘Integrated Logistics Management’.
Logistics Sector Skill Council (LSC), a society registered under the Societies Registration act, 1860, is a not-for-profit organization set up by Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) along with National Skill Development Corporation of India (NSDC) with the aim to up-skill the logistics workforce in India. The mission of the Logistics Skill Council is “to bring the best in class workforce skills to the Indian logistics industry, thereby benefitting the employer, employees and the nation as a whole”.

Objective

  • Set up a comprehensive Labor Market Information System (LMIS) i.e. preparing a compendium of skill types pertaining to job roles within its sub-sector and to assist in planning for skilling, up-skilling and re-skilling through delivery of planned, formal and structural trainings.
  • Set up a comprehensive Labor Market Information System (LMIS) i.e. preparing a compendium of skill types pertaining to job roles within its sub-sector and to assist in planning for skilling, up-skilling and re-skilling through delivery of planned, formal and structural trainings.
  • Jointly develop National Occupational Standards (NOS) that feature Skill, Knowledge and Competency Standards with respective qualifications
  • Undertake Skill mapping and Skill gap analysis i.e. identification of skill development needs based on LMIS and emerging technologies. The study will be done state-wise, region-wise and sub-sector-wise.
  • Steer the affiliation and accreditation processes to enable Quality Assurance in training at par with International standards
  • Set up a comprehensive Labor Market Information System (LMIS) i.e. preparing a compendium of skill types pertaining to job roles within its sub-sector and to assist in planning for skilling, up-skilling and re-skilling through delivery of planned, formal and structural trainings.
  • Review periodically and identify emerging skill gaps by trend analysis and interacting with the industry players
  • Review periodically and identify emerging skill gaps by trend analysis and interacting with the industry players
  • Rationalize and maintain a detailed Skill inventory
  • Create an assessment framework to award tamper proof certifications to trainees
  • Create an assessment framework to award tamper proof certifications to trainees
  • Facilitate to align the existing curriculum and content with NOS to conceal skill gaps
  • Undertake Skill mapping and Skill gap analysis i.e. identification of skill development needs based on LMIS and emerging technologies. The study will be done state-wise, region-wise and sub-sector-wise.
  • Plan and institutionalize an effective system for Train The Trainers
  • Undertake Skill mapping and Skill gap analysis i.e. identification of skill development needs based on LMIS and emerging technologies. The study will be done state-wise, region-wise and sub-sector-wise.
  • Steer the affiliation and accreditation processes to enable Quality Assurance in training at par with International standards
  • Plan and institutionalize an effective system for Train The Trainers
  • LSC aims over a period of 10 years, to develop a detailed occupational mapping which covers all the sub-sectors such as Warehousing Storage, Warehouse Packaging, Land Transportation, Air Transportation, Shipping Transportation and Courier / Express to map all job roles (100), affiliate 1400 training partners across PAN India, 2700 Master Trainers and certify approximately around 4 million skilled talent pool in the sector.
  • Review periodically and identify emerging skill gaps by trend analysis and interacting with the industry players
  • Facilitate to align the existing curriculum and content with NOS to conceal skill gaps

Scope

  • CII Institute of Logistics to be a platform to create and share intellectual capital for reducing transaction cost and improving competitiveness, in the process nurture the skills of Logisticians and ensure adoption of Best Practices in Logistics and SCM through online and offline activities.
  • CII Institute of Logistics to be a platform to create and share intellectual capital for reducing transaction cost and improving competitiveness, in the process nurture the skills of Logisticians and ensure adoption of Best Practices in Logistics and SCM through online and offline activities.

Cargo Surveyor

Eligibility 10th standard (Preferable) Above 18 years
Description Cargo Surveyors duty includes reporting the condition of the cargo before any loading or unloading can take place. He / She is also responsible for inspecting the quantity and quality of the cargo as per the documents submitted.
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Clearance Support Agent

Eligibility Graduate (Engineering, Arts, Commerce, Science) Above 18 years
Description Clearance Support Agents are also known as Clearance Process Executives. Individuals in this role are staff who work in corporate offices and are responsible for assessing additional information required for shipment clearance, contacting the consignee/consignor to obtain the required documents and submitting them to the customs to get inbound/outbound shipment clearance. They are a key part of the clearance team as they perform the role of customer-facing to obtain the required documents and update them on the clearance status.
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Cold Chain Engineering Specialist

Eligibility Min -ITI/Diploma Max- Engineering graduate 25 years Minimum preferable 5 years in cold room system engineering
Description The individual at work manages energy efficiency in cold chain by analyzing data related to energy use, identifying inefficiencies and implementing ways to minimize them. The person is also responsible for maintaining equipments for temperature and storage conditions, undertaking water and effluent treatment in the plant and managing control systems of the refrigeration system components
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Cold Chain Process Management Specialist

Eligibility Min - Graduation in engineering/ food technology Max- Post Graduation in engineering/ food technology 30 years Minimum 10-15 years in cold storage operations
Description The individual at work performs market and product demand-supply assessment for cold storage, prepares project execution and cost plan, designs plant layout, manages project execution of cold storage, select vendors and maintains relationship that is strategic to business and commissions the cold storage.
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Commercial Vehicle Driver

Eligibility Preferably Class VIIIth Exp -0 yearsif ASDC Commercial VehicleDriver Level 4 Certificate or • minimum 6months in driving a Light Motor Vehicle (LMV) and, • minimum 3months in driving a Commercial Vehicle in company of an experienced driver
Description Individuals at this job need to drive safely on the assigned route. Individual needs to have a valid HMV driving Licence and PSV badge. Individual is expected to Drive a commercial vehicle including LCV, pick up trucks, bus, maxi cab, school van, transport vehicles and ensuring safety of passengers/goods as well as public on the road. This role requires the individual to possess relevant technical skills to handle most of the routine break downs that could likely be encountered while driving long distances and through difficult terrains. The individual is also expected to achieve other key performance parameters like fuel efficiency, on time delivery etc.
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Consignment Booking Assistant

Eligibility Min - Class XII Max- Diploma/Diploma (Engineering, Arts, Commerce, Science) Above 18 years
Description Consignment Booking Assistant is also known as Booking Assistant, Booking Clerk or Order Booker. Individuals in this role are responsible for receiving customer order details, checking market prices, availability and making bookings with transport companies to pick up the consignment. They are also responsible for going to the client location, checking the goods, preparing the Lorry Receipt (LR), updating the information in the computer system and billing.
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Consignment Tracking Executive

Eligibility Min - Middle School (Class VIII) Max- Diploma/Degree (Engineering, Arts, Commerce, Science) Above 18 years
Description Consignment Tracking Executives are also known as Consignment Trackers or Consignment Tracking Clerks. Individuals in this role are responsible for tracking each consignment at regular intervals as it moves from origin to its destination along the suggested route. They coordinate with the truck driver, transport companies and transport authorities to update real time information on the system
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Courier Branch Sales Executive

Eligibility Min -Class X (preferable) Max- Diploma/Graduate (Engineering, Arts, Commerce, Science) Above 18 years
Description Courier Branch Sales Executives are also known as Retail Sales Executives or Branch Sales Representatives. Individuals in this role, who work out of Service Stations, are responsible for addressing enquiries, booking couriers based on walk-ins, categorizing new customers and sourcing new business with regular customers. They are a key customer-facing role in the organization who are responsible for informing the customers regarding different products of the company.
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Courier Claims processor

Eligibility Diploma/Graduate (Engineering, Arts, Commerce, Science) Above 18 years
Description Courier Claims processor are also known as Claims Processors. Indiviadual in this role are responsible for receiving claims, assessing the shipments concerned to ensure the claim is genuine and estimating the reimbursable amount. They are a specialized role who are also responsible for coordinating with other departments, conducting interviews and filling out forms for insurance claims.
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Courier Delivery Executive

Eligibility Min -Class X (preferable) Max-Diploma/Graduate (Engineering, Arts, Commerce, Science) Above 18 years
Description Courier Delivery Executives are also known as Delivery Executives or Couriers. Individuals in this role are on-the-road staff who are responsible for collecting packages from the local office and delivering them to the customers at their doorstep. They are also responsible for verifying customer ID, collecting payment, if applicable and obtaining customer signature. They are a critical part of courier operations as shipment delivery is a crucial activity
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Courier Institutional Sales Executive

Eligibility Graduate (Engineering, Arts, Commerce, Science) Above 18 years
Description Courier Institutional Sales Executives are also known as Field Sales Executives. Individuals in this role are sales staff who are out on the field and responsible for development of new business, retention of existing clients and realization of payments. They are an integral part of the sales team who are responsible for managing the relationship with several institutional clients of an organization.
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Courier Pick-up Executive

Eligibility Min -Class X (preferable) Max-Diploma/Graduate (Engineering, Arts, Commerce, Science) Above 18 years
Description Courier Pick-up Executives are also known as Pick-up Executives or Courier Collection Executives. Individuals in this role are on-theroad staff who are responsible for collecting packages from the corporate customer's doorstep, completing the paperwork, and delivering the package to the local collection center. They are a key customer facing role who are also responsible for preparing air waybills and informing customers of different products and services of the company.
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Courier Sorter

Eligibility Min - Class X (preferable) Max- Diploma/Graduate (Engineering, Arts, Commerce, Science) Above 18 years
Description Courier Sorters are also known as Mail Sorters or Sorting Agents. Individuals in this role, who work in both service stations and hubs, are responsible for sorting outbound/inbound mail items according destination hub/service center in preparation for delivery. They are a key part of the operations as both outbound and inbound mail items have to sorted for efficient operations.
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Data Feeder - Warehouse

Eligibility Min -Graduate degree in Computer Science or relevant discipline Max- Post-Graduate degree in Computer Science or relevant discipline
Description Data Feeder – Warehouse, in the Logistics industry is also known as system executive, data analyst, data entry operator and system analyst. Individuals in this role need electronically process all orders and provide database management support for warehouse operations. Responsibilities include logging orders, maintaining reports, generating pick lists and schedules.
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Delivery Management Cell Agent

Eligibility Diploma/Graduate (Engineering, Arts, Commerce, Science) Above 18 years
Description Delivery Management Cell Agents, are also known as Query Resolution Executives. Individuals in this role, who work out of customer care centers or corporate offices, are responsible for tracking the shipment, coordinating with other departments and resolving the customer queries. They are a key part of customer service as they are responsible for quick resolution of customer's issues and resolution of their queries.
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Documentation Assistant

Eligibility Min -Class X max-Diploma/Degree (Engineering, Arts, Commerce, Science) Above 18 years
Description Documentation Assistants are also known as transportation assistants. Individuals in this role are responsible for carrying out the paperwork required for dispatching outbound trucks and checking the documents while receiving inbound trucks so that they comply with business and legal requirements.
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Documentation Executive (Custom Clearance - Export)

Eligibility Graduate (Preferable) Above 18 years
Description Documentation executive (Custom Clearance - Export) assist in preparation of documents and records required for custom clearance of export cargo in the port. He / She coordinates with the exporter of cargo and field operation executive to ensure a smooth custom clearance process.
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Documentation Executive (Custom Clearance – Import)

Eligibility Graduate (Preferable) Above 18 years
Description Documentation executive (Custom Clearance - Import) assist in preparation of documents and records required for custom clearance of import cargo in the port. He / She coordinates with the importer of cargo and field operation executive to ensure a smooth custom clearance process.
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Documentation Executive (Freight Forwarding – Export)

Eligibility Graduate (Preferable) Above 18 years
Description A freight forwarding documentation executive (export) is an agent who acts on behalf of the seller to arrange any requirement for the cargo to be shipped to the buyer destination. He / She is responsible for preparing all documentation involved for cargo movement, export clearance and ensures customer satisfaction.
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Documentation Executive (Freight Forwarding – Import)

Eligibility Graduate (Preferable) Above 18 years
Description A freight forwarding documentation executive (import) is an agent who acts on behalf of buyer to arrange requirement for the cargo to be received from the buyer. He / She is responsible for preparing all documentation required for cargo movement, import custom clearance and ensures customer satisfaction
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Field Operation Executive (Custom Clearance - Export)

Eligibility Graduate (Preferable) Above 18 years
Description Field Operation Executive (Custom Clearance - Export) is responsible for coordinating with custom officials and ensure that shipper's cargo passes the custom clearance for export. He / She coordinates with the exporter, documentation executive and custom authorities for a smooth custom clearance process
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Field Operation Executive (Custom Clearance - Import)

Eligibility Graduate (Preferable) Above 18 years
Description Field Operation Executive (Custom Clearance - Import) is responsible for coordinating with custom officials and ensure that importer's cargo passes the custom clearance for consumption. He / She coordinates with the importer, documentation executive, carrier and custom authorities for a smooth custom clearance process.
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Forklift Driver

Eligibility Class 8th Exp-ASDC Driving Level 4 Certificate or • minimum 2-3 years in driving any vehicle/forklift
Description Individuals at this job need to operate a forklift for loading and unloading heavy raw materials, parts, assemblies and finished goods within the shop floor and in stores/warehouse for various manufacturing processes of an organization.
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Goods Packaging Machine Operator

Eligibility Min -Class X Max- Diploma/Graduate (Engineering, Arts, Commerce, Science) Above 18 years
Description 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.
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Grab Ship Unloader (GSU) Crane Operator

Eligibility ITI (Preferable) Above 18 years
Description Grab Ship Unloader (GSU) Crane operator is involved in unloading of bulk cargo (such as coal, minerals, etc) from the bulk carrier. The operator is responsible for operation and basic maintenance of GSU crane equipment.
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Inventory Clerk

Eligibility Min-Class XII Max- Graduate (Engineering, Arts, Commerce, Science) Above 18 years
Description 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.
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Key Consignor Executive

Eligibility Graduate (Engineering, Arts, Commerce, Science) Above 18 years
Description 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.
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Kitting and Labelling Executive

Eligibility Min -Class X Max- Diploma (Engineering, Arts, Commerce) Above 18 years
Description 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.
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Lead Courier

Eligibility Diploma/Graduate (Engineering, Arts, Commerce, Science) Above 18 years
Description Lead Couriers are also known as Consignment Handling Supervisors. Individuals in this role are supervisors working in service stations and hubs who are responsible for supervising the delivery and pickup activities. They are a crucial part of courier operations as they mange entire delivery/pick-up activities, prioritize based on deadlines, optimize the route to enhance operational efficiency and lead the team of delivery/pick-up executives.
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Loader/Unloader

Eligibility Minimum - Class VII Maximum - Class XII Above 18 years
Description Loader/Unloader in the Logistics industry is also known as Loader, Transport Associate. Individuals in this role need to identify goods based on the product code, unload them from the truck onto the inbound area and move them to the staging area. A similar sequence is done for loading. Their responsibilities include identifying damaged goods and moving goods safely.
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Loading Supervisor

Eligibility Min - Class X Max- Graduate (Engineering, Arts, Commerce, Science) Above 18 years
Description Loading Supervisors are also known as Dispatch Supervisors or Supervisors. Individuals in this role are responsible for checking inbound or outbound goods, recording information regarding the shipment of goods, allocating work and supervising the loading and unloading function. They are typically found in warehouses with large scale operations and may also perform certain activities of the warehouse supervisor role as required.
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Mail Handler

Eligibility Min -Class X (preferable) Max- Diploma/Graduate (Engineering, Arts, Commerce, Science) Above 18 years
Description Mail Handlers are also known as Courier Handlers or Handlers. Individuals in this role are staff working in service stations and hubs who are responsible for unloading mail bags that arrive at the sorting center, moving them to the sorting area and loading the sorted mail onto the respective mail trucks. They are a key part of the operations as mail bags have to be moved from trucks to the sorting area.
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MHE Maintenance Technician

Eligibility Min -Class X Max- Graduate (Engineering) Above 18 years
Description Material Handling Equipment (MHE) Maintenance Technician in the Logistics industry is also known as MHE Maintenance Associate. Individuals in this role are responsible for the smooth functioning of MHE. Individuals are responsible for picking items according to an inventory list. They are required to carry out preventive and breakdown maintenance to ensure that the MHE are consinuously available. Additional responsibilities include maintaining records pf maintenance activities carried out and preparing detailed reports.
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Perishable Product Handling Specialist

Eligibility Min -Graduate Max- Post Graduate 25 years Minimum preferable 7 years experience in cold room operations
Description The individual at work monitors technical functioning of the plant to ensure the required storage parameters specific to product and ensures the plant operating parameters matches the product requirements, in the event of change in environmental conditions/variations in external conditions. Additionally he/she administers activities in grading line, pre-cooling unit and ripening chamber until they are packaged and ready for dispatch
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Rail Mounted Quay Crane (RMQC) Operator

Eligibility ITI (Preferable) Above 18 years Minimum 6 months experience in crane operation
Description Rail Mounted Quay Crane (RMQC) operator is involved in loading / unloading of container cargo in the container terminal. He is responsible for operation and basic maintenance of RMQC equipment.
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Reach Truck Operator

Eligibility Min - Middle School (Class VIII) Max-Diploma/Degree (Engineering, Arts, Commerce, Science) Above 18 years
Description A Reach Truck Operator is also known as MHE Operator, Reach Truck Assistant. Individuals in this role are responsible for transporting material from staging area to the storage racks, moving items from the storage racks to the picking area and assisting in inventory counts.
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Receiving Assistant

Eligibility Min -Class X Max- Diploma/Degree (Engineering, Arts, Commerce, Science) Above 18 years
Description Receiving Assistants are also known as receiving clerks. Individuals in this role are responsible for completing the paperwork and receiving inbound consignments, checking them against invoices, identifying missing or defective items and processing returns with the distributor. They also help with cross docking, entering information regarding goods received and their storage location in the computer system and forwarding invoices to accounts payable.
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Refrigeration Equipment Maintenance Specialist

Eligibility Min -ITI/Diploma Max- Engineering graduate 25 years Minimum preferable 5 years in cold room operations
Description The individual at work prepares refrigeration equipment maintenance schedule checklist and monitors its preventive maintenance. The person is also responsible to oversee service and repair of cold chain equipment like condenser, compressor and evaporators, provide manpower and material resources to maintenance technicians, train plant engineers on handling and maintenance of refrigeration equipment.
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Shipment Bagging Agent

Eligibility Min - Class X (preferable) max- Diploma/Graduate (Engineering, Arts, Commerce, Science)
Description Shipment Bagging Agents are also known as Consignment Baggers. Individuals in this role, who work in service stations and hubs, are responsible for bagging and de-bagging shipments and tagging them with bar code stickers. They are a key part of the operations as shipments have to be bagged and labeled for transportation.
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Shipment Classification Agent

Eligibility Min -Class X (preferable) Max- Diploma/Graduate (Engineering, Arts, Commerce, Science) Above 18 years
Description Shipment Classification Agents are also known as Classification Executives. Individuals in this role, who work out of corporate offices, are responsible for updating the system with pre-clearance documentation and creating the Bill of Entry/Shipping Bill. They are a key part of the clearance team as they perform a vital role of classification of shipments according to their type and document the same.
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Shipment Query Handler

Eligibility Min -Class X (preferable) Max- Diploma/Graduate (Engineering, Arts, Commerce, Science) Above 18 years
Description Shipment Query Handlers are also known as Contact Center Executives. Individuals in this role, who work out of customer care centers or corporate offices, are responsible for providing customer service support over the phones and re-directing the calls to the concerned department, or to the Delivery Management Cell. They are a key customer-facing role in the courier subsector.
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Signalman – Port Operation

Eligibility 8th standard (Preferable) Above 18 years
Description Signalman (Port Operation) assits the crane operation for handling cargo by providing signals to move the crane appropriately. He is responsible for signaling to the operator for lifting, swinging and lowering loads.
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Transport Consolidator

Eligibility Min -Class X Max- Diploma/Degree (Engineering, Arts, Commerce, Science) Above 18 years
Description Transport Consolidators are also known as Transport Order Mergers or Consolidators. Individuals in this role typically consolidate smaller or numerous loads/orders according to destination that pass through their station or hub into outbound trucks for final delivery
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Transport Coordinator

Eligibility Minimum -= Class XII Max- Post-Graduate (Engineering, Arts, Commerce, Science) Above 18 years
Description Transport Cordinators are also known as Transport Controllers or Route Coordinators. Individuals in this role are responsible for monitoring all consignments in real time, identifying and rectifying problems and confirming that the customer has received the order.
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Warehouse Binner

Eligibility Min -Middle School (Class VIII) Max-Diploma (Engineering, Arts, Commerce) Above 18 years
Description Warehouse Binner in the Logistics industry is also knownn as Binner, Floor Staff, Warehouse Associate. Individuals in this role need to bin items to put away into storage. Individuals are responsible for binning items according to an inventory list. Additional responsibilities could at times include moving cargo, re-packaging items and documenting cargo that has been moved. The difference in tasks performed under the Binner role thus varies according to the volume of operations, however the core function of the role is to bin items and put away into storage .
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Warehouse Claims Coordinator

Eligibility Min -Class XII Max- Post-Graduate (Engineering, Arts, Commerce, Science) Above 18 years
Description Warehouse Claims Coordinators are also know as Warehouse Claims Processors. Individuals in this role are responsible for receiving claims, assessing the goods concerned to ensure the claim is genuine and estimating the reimbursable amount. They are also required to verify all the documents, send the claims to the insurance companies and provide detailed reports to the management.
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Warehouse Packer

Eligibility Min -Middle School (Class VIII) Max-Diploma (Engineering, Arts, Commerce, Science) Above 18 years
Description Warehouse Packer in the Logistics industry is also known as Packer, Floor Staff, Warehouse Associate. Individuals in this role need to pack items that have been picked or require binning. Individuals are responsible for packing items that require additional pre-packing or outbound packaging. Additional responsibilities could at times include loading and unloading cargo, labeling, re-packaging items and documenting cargo that has been moved. The difference in tasks performed under the Packer role thus varies according to the volume of operations, however the core function of the role is to pack items according to the nature of the product either for storage or transportation
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Warehouse Picker

Eligibility Min -Middle School (Class VIII) Max- Diploma (Engineering, Arts, Commerce, Science) Above 18 years
Description Warehouse Picker in the Logistics industry is also known as Picker, Floor Staff, Warehouse Associate. Individuals in this role need to pick items from storage. Individuals are responsible for picking items according to an inventory list. Additional responsibilities could at times include loading and unloading cargo, labeling, re-packaging items and documenting cargo that has been moved. The difference in tasks performed under the picker role thus varies according to the volume of operations, however the core function of the role is to pick items from storage and ensure they are ready to be sent out.
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Warehouse Quality Checker

Eligibility Min -Class X Max-Graduate (Engineering, Arts, Commerce, Science)
Description Warehouse Quality Checkers are also know as Warehouse Quality Assessors or Quality Inspectors. Individuals in this role are responsible for inspecting the quality and checking conformance to specifications of inbound as well as outbound goods, segregating goods that do not meet requirements and documenting the results.
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Warehouse Supervisor

Eligibility Min -Diploma (Any, Engineering, Arts, Commerce) Max- Post-graduate Degree (Any, Engineering, Arts, Commerce) Above 18 years
Description Warehouse Supervisor in the Logistics industry is also known as Supervisor, Warehouse In-Charge. Individuals in this role need to collect components required to obtain the required lists and information from the Data Entry Operator (DEO), plan the schedule for the day, allocate work to workers and oversee them for successful completion. Their responsibilities include solving operational issues in the warehouse and ensuring smooth operations.
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