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Logistic Planner

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Brunswick Corporation is a publicly held company listed on the New York and Chicago stock exchanges, with sales over $4.0 billion annually. While we are family to more than 13,000 employees around the world, three divisions in over 20 countries create a local environment. Our global headquarters is in the Chicago suburb of Mettawa, Illinois.

Since Brunswick was founded in 1845, the Company has grown to become a world leader in the marine industry. We’ve been successful in the market for so long because we maintain a focus on driving innovation, while leveraging best practices and veteran industry knowledge. Here, your ideas for Company growth are backed by a nearly 175-year legacy of excellence.

Brunswick Corporation is home to some of the world’s leading lifestyle companies, in categories like recreational fiberglass boats, aluminum freshwater boats, saltwater fishing boats and marine engines. Through industry-shaping acquisitions and internally grown start-ups, our portfolio of brands continues to grow to nearly 30. For a list of all Brunswick brands, visit


The Logistic Planner will be accountable for the shipment plan, ensuring that all plans and schedules are met. Coordinate, execute and follow-up the logistic plan, managing boat movements throughout all Supply Chain, and maintaining the correct and necessary information flow between our internal departments (such as Planning, Purchasing, Engineering, etc.), Logistic and Transport Departments from the subcontracted yards and/or other third parties (i.e., carriers). Create and control PO’s for all outbound freight for Portugal and Poland. Ensure that all costs are controlled and accounted for monthly accruals. Audit kilometers and other costs presented by carriers. Manage shipment data consolidation.

  1. Control and coordinate the shipment plan:
    1. Create and control the shipment plan, ensuring that all needed information is included
    2. Send the shipment plan to the carriers, managing the information flow and feedback.
    3. (Re)define and complete the plan, after receiving feedback from production department, with the expected departure and delivery dates to the customer
    4. Ensure that at fiscal month end all boats schedule to be shipped from our yards are shipped
    5. Report shipment plans, progress, and results
    6. Control revenue recognition for Poland

  1. Ensure communication and information flow between the company and third parties:
    1. Analyze carriers’ answers and evaluate if there is a match between production and customer orders specifications
    2. Manage carriers and capacity issues, late releases of customer orders, rush or hot shipment and special deliveries to boat shows, ensuring that customer’s expectations are meet
    3. Coordinate boat collecting in the different yards
    4. Issue invoices for the boats to InterCo, dealers and distributors
    5. Send information about boat’s departure and expected delivery dates to customers
    6. Coordinate and manage cradles need, production times, booking references and closing dates for all oversea shipments
    7. Participate in the internal weekly meeting, ensuring all participants have information from the Logistic Department

  1. Control costs and prepare relevant information:
    1. Audit yards costs per kilometer, rates, models and other costs for all DISPO’s
    2. Prepare monthly accruals for the closing, ensuring all costs are covered and accounted
    3. Check invoices of shipments, assuring all costs are clear and justified, with necessary documents to confirm it, before approving
    4. Evaluate and compare quotations from carriers, regarding truck or oversea transport

  1. Organize inbound flow
    1. Organize inbound transports for all requests from purchasers
    2. Evaluate and compare different quotations and propose the best one for approval
    3. Monitor these transports and approve related invoices

  1. Coordinate all shipment documentation processes:
    1. Create monthly Purchase Order (PO) files for each carrier, based on the Shipment Plan for all outbound freight from Portugal and Poland
    2. Update shipment database and ensure that all information is collected
    3. Issue invoices to InterCo, dealers and distributors
    4. Prepare customs documentation for outside EU shipments
    5. Prepare several documents as per customer request, such as Builders Certificates, Suppliers Declarations, etc.


The ideal candidate will have to have a Degree in Logistics or Transports and knowledge in import and export regulations for destinations outside the EU. Fluency in English is mandatory and other foreigner language, like French or Polish will be an asset. The candidate should also have advanced knowledge in MS Office tools, with demonstrated good excel skills and/or other data mining and reporting tools.

The candidate should communicate effectively, being able to prioritize and organize the workload accordingly. The ability to analyze data to make timely and rational decisions based on the information available is critical for the role.


We offer a competitive salary package in line with your experience and expertise, that includes extra-legal benefits such as a health insurance and a performance-related bonus.

The opportunity to work in a multicultural and multinational environment, within a fast-growing international company leader in the marine industry, with a local and friendly workplace, that nourish the work-life balance.


Please, send us your CV until Friday, February 26th, 2021 to Joana Bernardo using the email Please, use as subject title of your email: “LOGISTIC PLANNER_2021”.

  • Placed on:Mon 15 February 2021
  • Location: Portugal or Poland

Brunswick Marine in EMEA Inc.

Parc Industriel de Petit-Rechain, Avenue Mercury 8
4800 Verviers

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