There are many careers in global trade and supply chain management, most requiring some amount of additional education, from certificates to master degrees. These careers are broken down into three main categories:

  • Transportation, Distribution & Logistics, including marine cargo shipping, transloading and intermodal, air cargo shipping, freight forwarding, warehousing and storage, and couriers
  • Supply Chain Management, including procurement, sales, import and export of finished and intermediate goods and materials, and customer service
  • Supply Chain Services, including trade finance, compliance, and consulting/market research

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Supply Chain Management

Financial Analyst
Procurement Manager
Product Manager
Project Manager/Coordinator
Sourcing Specialist/Manager

Transportation, Storage & Distribution Managers

Supply Chain Manager/Specialist
Supply Chain Program Manager
Technical Project Manager
Trade Route Development Manager
Warehouse Manager

Supply Chain Services

Account Manager
Business Process Manager
Chassis Mechanic
Container Mechanic
Equipment Control Manager
Freight Accounting Specialist
Diesel Mechanic
Dock Operations Manager
Generator Mechanic
Intermodal coordinator
International Tax Manager
Maintenance Manager
Marine Engineering Manager
Marine Facilities Manager
Parts Coordinator
Port Engineer
Pricing Analyst
Rail Logistics
Refrigeration Mechanic
Vessel Maintenance