Storage and Warehousing Manager

Freight Manager

Warehouse Supervisor

Minimum Bachelor?s degree in any stream

Minimum 2-7 years of relevant work experience

The tasks a Working Proprietor, Storage and Warehousing is expected to perform include:

Planning, organizing storage, warehousing and freight handling services

Arranging allied transport and communication facilities to the parties concerned

Obtaining license from the government

Implementing business policies

Appointing Directors, Agents and Managers

Assigning and delegating responsibility and powers to Directors, Agents and Managers

Ability to co-ordinate inbound and/or outbound activities

Knowledge of safety, security, housekeeping and sanitation programmes

Knowledge of how to maintain accurate inventory and productivity levels

Detailed knowledge of material handling, warehouse operations and transportation systems

Detailed knowledge of logistics, storage and warehouse management

Not applicable

Ability to multitask

Co-ordination skills

Management skills


Ability to work under pressure

Time management skills

Planning skills and organizing skills Interpersonal skills

Excellent communication skills

Team player

Leadership skills

Ability to negotiate

It is a desk job with some field work

May need to handle a team of Directors, Agents and Managers

Local travelling is not required

Part-time work and contractual jobs are not available

Work from home option is not available

Working hours

Working is 8/9 hours for 5-6 days a week

Shift system is not available

Is the job suitable for a candidate with special needs?Maybe

This job is not considered dangerous or hazardous

Occupational hazards may include fatigue, stress, etc.

For candidates with up to 5 years of work experience -INR18,000 toINR20,000 per month

For candidates with 5 to 10 years of work experience -INR30,000 toINR35,000 per month

For candidates with 10 to 20 years of work experience -INR40,000 toINR45,000 per month

(These figures are indicative and subject to change)

Recent Developments in the Transport/Logistics/Warehousing Sector

As the Indian economy grows and the operating system evolves, several macro trends will shape the supply chain design. Greater and more intense competition and global value chains are leading to substantial shifts in what is expected of the supply chain function. It is no longer enough to simply connect supply and demand at optimal cost and service levels. Today?s businesses are demanding more from their supply chains, including competitive advantage.

Take for example, Drive India Enterprise Solutions (DIESL), the logistics arm of Tata group. DIESL provides the full range of logistics services, including warehousing, distribution, international logistics, kitting and packaging, telecom trading and value-added services like cash management and e-trade. The company offers primary distribution or transportation services, transporting goods from original equipment manufacturers and ports to the warehouse. The second part of its services involves transporting goods from warehouse to market, specifically ensuring these reach dealers, distributors, retailers and individual customers.

Women Workforce in the Sector

A definite rise in the number of women in Indian logistics industry has been witnessed and the day is not too far when women would have equal participation.Given the recent trends in the market, it is going to increase job opportunities for Working Proprietor, Storage and Warehousing.

Logistics companies Shipping companies Multinational companies Courier companies Companies using storage and warehouse facilities

Across India

Will be updated

Government and private colleges across India Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad

International Academy of Certification and Training

CII Institute of Logistics

Will be updated