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Advance Auto Parts Logistics Manager in Boston, Massachusetts

Logistics Manager in Boston, MA at WORLDPAC

Date Posted:5/4/2021

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  • Location:

    Boston, MA

  • Career Type:

Supply Chain & Logistics

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About Us

At Advance Auto Parts we have a passion for YES . Each day we are motivated by a passion to help our Customers. We have a commitment to advance the lives of our fellow Team Members, Customers, and the Communities where we live and work.

When you join our team, you become one of more of over 70,000 knowledgeable and experienced Team Members who are committed to providing outstanding customer service to our customers, communities and each other every day.

With over 5,100 stores in the United States, Canada, Puerto Rico and Virgin Islands, we are a leading automotive aftermarket parts provider. With opportunities ranging from our front lines in our Stores to our Distribution Centers to our Corporate Support Center and our rapidly growing Professional Business, we have the career for you.

We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and do not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, sex, age national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, status as a veteran and basis of disability or any other federal, state or local protected class.

Career DescriptionJob Description


  • Classify goods according to tariff coding system.

  • Examine product information to ensure compliance with regulations.

  • Prepare and process import and export documentation according to customs regulations, laws, or procedures.

  • Oversee business processes.

  • Pay, or arrange for payment of, taxes and duties on shipments.

  • Pay charges, fees, or taxes.

  • Clear goods through customs and to their destinations.

  • Coordinate logistics or other business operations.

  • Calculate duty and tariff payments owed on shipments.

  • Calculate data to inform organizational operations.

  • Stay abreast of changes in import or export laws or regulations by reading current literature, attending meetings or conferences, or conferring with colleagues.

  • Update knowledge of legal or regulatory environments.

  • Request or compile necessary import documentation, such as customs invoices, certificates of origin, and cargo-control documents.

  • Coordinate regulatory documentation activities.

  • Advise on import and export restrictions, tariff systems, insurance requirements, quotas, or other customs-related matters.

  • Advise others on legal or regulatory compliance matters.

  • Monitor or trace the location of goods.

  • Monitor inventories of products or materials.

  • Confer with officials in various agencies to facilitate clearance of goods through customs and quarantine.

  • Obtain documentation to authorize activities.

  • Post bonds for the products being imported or assist clients in obtaining bonds.

  • Pay charges, fees, or taxes.

  • Quote duty and tax rates on goods to be imported, based on federal tariffs and excise taxes.

  • Estimate costs of goods or services.

  • Obtain line releases for frequent shippers of low-risk commodities, high-volume entries, or multiple-container loads.

  • Obtain documentation to authorize activities.

  • Arrange for transportation, warehousing, or product distribution of imported or exported products.

  • Coordinate logistics or other business operations.

  • Inform importers and exporters of steps to reduce duties and taxes.

  • Advise others on financial matters.

  • Contract with freight forwarders for destination services.

  • Negotiate contracts or service providers.

  • Maintain relationships with customs brokers in other ports to expedite clearing of cargo.

  • Develop business relationships.

  • Apply for tariff concessions or for duty drawbacks and other refunds.

  • Submit financial applications.

  • Provide advice on transportation options, types of carriers, or shipping routes.

  • Advise others on logistics topics.

  • Prepare papers for shippers to appeal duty charges.

  • Prepare regulatory or compliance documentation.

  • Suggest best methods of packaging or labeling products.

  • Advise others on business or operational matters.

  • Insure cargo against loss, damage, or pilferage.

  • Pay charges, fees, or taxes