Logistics Assistants work in a variety of industries. They handle a company’s shipping needs in terms of stocking, orders, receiving and invoicing.
They are also required to support logistics coordination and communication in terms of invoicing needs, procurement adjustments and providing shipping instructions.
A degree in business ensures that a logistics assistant knows what he is doing and does it in a manner conducive to smooth operations.
If you are seeking a position of logistics assistant, the following cover letter sample will help you build your own.
3901 Jenny Ct
La Place, LA 88412
November 5, 2016
Mr. Joshua Higgins
Manager Human Resources
399 Tensas Drive
La Place, LA 66456
Dear Mr. Higgins:
While looking for a unique opportunity, I came across your advertisement for a Logistics Assistant at Acme Inc. I am interested in this position for a number of reasons – the most important being the fact that your company provides an environment where an individual can make the most of their talents in a competitive environment.
I have been successfully performing logistics duties in a number of positions over the last ten years. Owing to this experience and my diverse manner of thought, I am able to thrive in high profiled and fast paced organizations. I have gained much expertise with shipping companies by managing their logistics in a manner that was not less than perfect. Utilizing my wide knowledge of freight quotes, delivery options and shipping procedures, I will be able to contribute effectively to your success.
If you are in need for a strong candidate who has inborn ability to excel in logistics arena, I am your candidate. I believe that it would be good to meet in person with you to discuss my qualifications and your requirements for this position. I will call your office the week of November 12 to answer any questions you may have. If you would like to contact me in the intervening time, please call me at (000) 555-0142, or e-mail me at robin @ email . com.
Thank you for your time and consideration.