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Shipping And Receiving Warehouse Supervisor Associate
3PL Worldwide, IncRancho Cucamonga, CA
Ensure goals are met departmentally; inventory accuracy, employee staffing requirements, employee staffing cost, receiving, picking, packing and shipping. · Manage warehouse operations in day-to-day tasks – primarily the receiving, and shipping of client specific product.
Shipping And Receiving Warehouse Associate
3PL Worldwide, IncSouthington, CT
Forklift certification per OSHA standards (Ability to be trained if employee does not have certification, 3PL will train and certify) · Clean driving record and a valid state motor vehicle operator’s license may be required.

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