Logistics service representatives work to guarantee that purchases reach clients safely. Taking client purchase orders, receiving cargo, arranging transportation, and tracking shipments are all part of their job. They also have to deal with various other responsibilities such as receiving customer calls to place shipping orders, troubleshoot problems related to sending and receiving the shipment.
To become a logistics service representative, you should have attained a high school education or have an equal credential such as GED. Additionally, some companies may prefer an associate's degree. The English language familiarity is essential as logistics reps have to speak with many people throughout the day.
Computer knowledge is also vital to maintaining data about shipping orders, deliveries, inventory management, and other organizational processes related to logistics. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, Logistics service representatives earn an average of $43,045 per year or $21 per hour. However, this figure can vary significantly depending upon your experience and skills.