Fast paced and proffessional work environment
Shipping Clerk (Former Employee) – Greer, SC – May 22, 2016
A typical day at work was 8:00am to 5:00pm pulling orders and packing domestic and international shipments. We mainly shipped parts for gas turbine systems and the size of orders ranged from a single small box to crated orders of 37 crates or more. For International shipments, the parts had to be pulled, weighed, and boxed. A commercial invoice had to be created along with packing slips and all other customs paperwork that was required for customs clearance such as certificates of origin and AES (Automated Export System) filings. When the order was ready for shipment a pick up was scheduled for container or LTL (Less than truckload) with local carriers. Some had to be routed through that particular customers logistics systems for pick up, such as GE logistics. Also, sometimes ASN's (Advanced Shipping Notices) had to be created as well. When the carrier arrives for pick up I would load the shipment and turn in paperwork for invoicing.