Warehouse Associate,

Kitting Executive,

Warehouse Executive,

Store Associates,

Store Executive

Minimum Preferably 10th standard pass Certified training for Kitting and Labelling Executive (programme aligned to LSC/Q2304 released by Logistics Skill Council)

Freshers may apply

The tasks a Kitting and Labelling Executive is expected to perform include: Preparing and performing kitting and labelling activities

Obtaining information required for kitting

Making space and cleaning up the kitting area

Gathering, identifying, receiving and verifying components/missing components

Collecting sealed kits, labels and moving them

Carrying out post-kitting and labelling activities like housekeeping and reporting to management

Knowledge of the types of products to be kitted

Knowledge of the quantity and types of components and the variations for each product

Knowledge of the unique characteristics of products such as hazards, method to be used, etc.Knowledge of quick fixes for minor issues

Understanding the coding followed for labelling

Time management skills

Communication skills

Organizational skills

Analytical thinking skills

Integrity and reliability

It is not a desk job

Work from home is not available

Part-time work is not available

Travelling is not required

The job does not involve team handling

Working hours

Working is generally 5/6 days a week and a minimum of 8 hours a day

Some organizations require staff to work in shifts including nights Is the job suitable for a candidate with special needs?Maybe

Occupational Hazards

Injury while handling sharp and heavy objects, pallet trolleys, etc. may occur while working in a warehouse

Health Risks

Exposure to harmful materials, chemicals, gases, etc. may cause respiratory and other disorders

For freshers - 5,000 to 10,000 per month

For candidates with upto 2 yearsexperience - 10,000 to 12,500 per month

For candidates with over 2 yearsexperience 12,500 to 20,000 per month

(These figures are indicative and subject to change)

Warehousing Industry in India

The warehousing industry in India is currently valued at 745bn (FY 2013) and has been growing at 15% for the last 3 years.ValueNotesestimates that the industry will grow at a rate of 18% till 2017.

The unorganised sector will continue to dominate accounting for around 90% of the industry by 2015. Of the organised sector, the industrial segment will constitute a higher share of warehousing demand, viz. engineering, pharmaceutical and electronics goods.

Future Trends in the Logistics Sector in India

There have been several key indicators to the future trend in the Indian logistics sector. The demand for logistics services has been largely driven by the remarkable growth of the Indian economy. Logistics sector is estimated to contribute around 13 per cent of the GDP, which is comparatively higher than other developed countries.

Logistic companies and companies that have warehouses generally have vacancies for Kitting and Labelling Executives

Ports, cargo, shipping, airline, automotive, etc. are some industries and areas that have vacancies for Kitting and Labelling Executives

Vacancies are located across the country

The vacancies increase in cities with ports and major airports

Mumbai/Navi Mumbai, Cochin, Chennai, Delhi/NCR, Kolkata, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Ahmedabad, Baroda are some of the main cities with the requirements

Will be updated

Indian Institute of Logistics

No 6, Esplanade, 2nd floor,

Southern India Chamber of Commerce Building,

Chennai - 600 108.

Ph:044-25345013 / 14

Ph:044-64613944 / 55

Confederation of Indian Industry Institute of Logistics

10th Floor, IIT Madras Research Park,

Kanagam Road, Taramani,

Chennai 600113

Tamilnadu, India

Phone: 044 4292 8900

Indian Institute of Materials Management

Plot Nos. 102 & 104, Sector - 15, Institutional Area

CBD Belapur, Navi Mumbai - 400614

Phone (022) 27571022

Education Wing (022) 27565592

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