Job - Senior Clerk / Air Import, Yusen Logistics (Hong Kong) Limited
Yusen Logistics (Hong Kong) Limited

We are a member of an international logistics group of companies based in Hong Kong and PRC specializing in the provision of top-notch global logistics as well as forwarding and consolidation business. In relation to our steady growth, we are inviting interested parties for the following positions:

Senior Clerk / Air Import

Job Ref.AFI-201612

Job Descriptions:

  • Daily works include, but not limited to: 
  • Data entry / Document filing;
  • Co-ordinate with outdoor airport staff for daily cargo collection;
  • Ensure sub-contractor's warehouse staff following SOP;
  • Night shift duty are required;
  • Willing to work on Saturday / Sunday / Holiday;


  • Form 5 or above;
  • Working Location: Tsing Yi Goodman Interlink;
  • 3 - 5 years experience in air freight forwarding company;
  • Familiar in PC knowledge, MS Office; Good command of both Mandarin & English; 
  • Familiar in physical cargo handling at airport and CFS. 

Interested parties, please send full resume with employment history and expected salary to HRA Division, Yusen Logistics (Hong Kong) Limited at Level 31, Tower 1, Kowloon Commerce Centre, 51 Kwai Cheong Road, Kwai Chung or by email to

Yusen Logistics (Hong Kong) is an equal opportunity employer. All information collected will be used for recruitment purpose only.

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Job Ref No.
AFI-201612 (CT3101022-01#0042)
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