Accountant – Invoicing and Shipping (3 months Temp Job) - Hoe Hin Pak Fah Yeow Manufactory Limited
17 September, 2019
HKD 15,000 - 18,000
Job description • Report to Finance Head. • Responsible for all internal and external communication to ensure smooth import / export operations. • Handle import and export documents for all shipment (including but not limited to bills of lading, import/export license, customs declaration, insurance and fumigation certificates etc.) and ensure timely and accurate preparation. • Handle logistic for delivery / collection of finished goods / materials. • Maintain record of price book and its history. • Prepare invoices, packing list and debit/ credit notes. • Recommend cost effective and efficient usage of forwarders and shipping agents. • Liaise with relevant parties on handling problem shipment and processing claims. • Provide coordination support to other team members. • Other ad hoc assignments. Job requirement • Form 5 graduate or above. • A minimum of 3 years of shipping and logistic experience, preferably gained from sizable companies. • Solid experience in handling import and export shipping documents, letter of credit and Trade Link declaration. • Knowledge in China shipping procedure is an advantage. • A good team player. Able to work on tight deadlines and flexible hours when required. • Well organized, responsible, accurate and detail-oriented. • Pleasant, proactive, possesses positive thinking and good servicing attitude. • Good computer literacy. Proficient in MS Office applications, including Word and Excel. • Good command of spoken and written English and Chinese is essential.
About the Company
The legend began in Penang – Malaysia, in the late 1927 when the founder, Mr. Gan Geok Eng first developed the medicated oil of White Flower Embrocation, commonly known as Pak Fah Yeow – literally meaning “White Flower Oil”. The product, which was named after his favourite flower – the white “Narcissus” daffodil, was initially developed for private use. However,the medicated oil proved to be so popular with family friends and acquaintances that Mr. Gan decided to produce it on a commercial basis and offer it for general sale. The trademark relating to White Flower Embrocation was first registered in Singapore by Mrs. Gan Low Khoon Choo in 1935. Following the initial success in Singapore and Penang, Mr. Gan decided to enter into the Hong Kong market in 1951, seeing it as both a potential major market and ideal manufacturing center with its numerous Chinese inhabitants and readily available labour force. With a series of remarkable marketing campaigns, including extensive outdoor advertising which was unique in its day, endorsement by well-known Chinese opera actors, and active participation in the Hong Kong Chinese Products Exhibition (Industrial Trade Fair), White Flower Embrocation successfully began to build its market place.
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