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NEW VACANCY - Operations Manager - Seafreight and Projects Department, Italy

Company overview: Global forwarder WWL ALS specialising in abnormal loads, heavy lift and break-bulk cargo by road and sea.
Role: Develop the skill set within, and the WWL ALS Group through offering advice guidance and training in relation to matters pertaining to Special Projects and Shipping related activities.

Skills required: Excellent operational, management, and knowledge in all matters relating to vessel charter and Break Bulk shipping with an in depth knowledge of port operations and ships agency.

Location: Noventa Vicentina, Italy

Salary: Package will be in line with experience and level of qualifications

To Apply: E-mail CV and covering letter to: [email protected] Ref: MEDDVLP#EM

Closing Date for applications: 31/12/2013
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