Analytical people who are solutions oriented love the field of Logistics and Transportation. Crucial to the supply chain of any produce business, a successful logistics professional is highly organized, detail & results-oriented and enjoys problem-solving and negotiating the unexpected. They are able to deal deal with all sorts of people, from forklift drivers to truck drivers and various executive roles.
Jobs in this profession usually go hand in hand with transportation jobs and might include titles like: Materials Procurement & Logistics Manager, Transportation and Logistics Coordinator, Global Perishables Purchasing Logistics Team Leader, Farm Sourcing Logistics Manager, Produce Facilities and Logistics Manager and Shipping and Receiving Manager.
At Smith Gardens, Marysville “WE” put people first and drive on Safety, Communication and Quality!
The Transportation Logistics Lead is responsible for efficiently coordinating information and processes associated with the movement of primarily out-of-state inbound freight for OGC, working to optimize service and reduce costs.