COMPANYNAME: Royal Cargo Combined Logistics (Cambodia) Co., Ltd
JOB TITLE: Branch Manager (Bavet Branch office)
Royal Cargo Combined Logistics Cambodia is a Dynamic Freight Forwarding company. Royal Cargo Manila Philippines our Corporate Head Quarters was created in 1978 and has grown to 24 offices around the globe as a complete Solution provider in the freight forwarding Industry.
• To achieve the target set up by the company
• Develop, maintain and execute sales strategies
• Prepare Sales strategy to gain clients and accounts
• Communicate and liaise with both existing customers and new customers
• Prepare monthly sales report for Country Manager
• Perform other duties as assigned by Country Manager
• Manage and control overall office in the location
• Should be a bachelor degree from any recognized university.
• At least, 3 years of working experience with shipping industry or freight forwarder.
• Knowledge of Microsoft Office, Email, Internet and IT is an advantage.
• Very good command of oral/written English and Chinese
• Reliable and trustworthy, active and dynamic, orderly
• Should have your own vehicle.
• Experience of preparing sales strategy
• Knowledge of budgeting/planning and initiative idea
• Must be fluent in Khmer, English and Mandarin
Salary based on experience and Industry standard. Petrol,telephone card allowance will be provided.
HOW TO APPLY:
Interested applicants should submit a cover letter with expected salary together with CV and a list of two to three references, not later than March 31, 2014 to email@example.com
Only short-listed candidates will be notified. Kindly note that applications will not be returned.
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