Job Code: JSOP-1052
Country: Lithuania

Country Description: Lithuania, located in the Baltic region of Europe, is known for its picturesque landscapes, historic architecture, and vibrant cultural scene. With a rich history and a modern outlook, Lithuania offers a blend of tradition and innovation. The country’s economy is diverse, with key sectors including manufacturing, technology, agriculture, and transportation. Lithuania’s strategic location, skilled workforce, and business-friendly environment make it an attractive destination for investors and businesses seeking growth opportunities.

Job Designation: Trailer Drivers (Any Industry)

Responsibilities may include but are not limited to:

In Lithuania, trailer drivers play essential roles in transporting goods, materials, and equipment across various industries, contributing to supply chain efficiency and business operations.

  • Operating trailers, semitrailers, or articulated vehicles to transport cargo between locations, including warehouses, distribution centers, and customer sites.
  • Loading and unloading goods using appropriate equipment, such as forklifts, pallet jacks, or loading ramps, to ensure safe and secure handling of freight.
  • Planning routes, scheduling deliveries, and coordinating logistics activities to optimize efficiency, minimize delays, and meet customer requirements.
  • Adhering to traffic laws, regulations, and safety standards while driving on roads and highways, prioritizing the safety of oneself and others.
  • Maintaining vehicle cleanliness, performing routine inspections, and reporting any mechanical issues or maintenance needs to ensure roadworthiness and compliance with regulations.

Their responsibilities may include but are not limited to:

  • Communicating effectively with dispatchers, supervisors, and customers to provide status updates, address inquiries, and resolve issues related to deliveries.
  • Managing documentation such as bills of lading, delivery receipts, and transportation logs to record cargo details, mileage, and hours of service.
  • Adapting to changing conditions, including weather, traffic, and delivery schedules, to accommodate unforeseen circumstances and ensure timely completion of assignments.
  • Demonstrating professionalism, reliability, and customer service orientation in interactions with colleagues, clients, and the public.
  • Participating in training programs and professional development opportunities to enhance driving skills, knowledge of regulations, and awareness of industry best practices.
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