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Invoicing Coordinator


WSS Global Business Services Sdn Bhd

Based: Malaysia(Federal Territory/Kuala Lumpur)

Posted on 17 Apr 2017

Job Description

  • Complete a basic check on all invoices including delivery note, products and quantities supplied, prices, charges, discounts, etc…
  • Liaise with the respective Customer Services regarding missing customer terms and prices and with the supply chain for missing or doubtful delivery notes, quantities, costs and charges
  • Coordinate and dispatch invoices to assigned customer portfolio as per guidelines provided by Customer Services and within the set performance timeframe

Company Details

WSS Global Business Services Sdn Bhd


18th Floor, 1 Sentral, Jalan Rakyat, KL Sentral, 50470 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur

KL Sentral

50470 Federal Territory/Kuala Lumpur

Malaysia

http://wilhelmsen.com/

Wilhelmsen Ships Service is a leading provider of recognised products and services to the maritime industry. This includes safety products and services, Unitor marine products, Unitor and Nalfleet marine chemicals, maritime logistics and ships agency. These standardized product brands and service solutions are backed up by an unparalleled global service organisation to meet your requirements for quality, availability and performance. We are part of Wilhelmsen Maritime Services AS, a Wilh. Wilhelmsen group company.

Our slogan reads "Optimising Performance", reflecting our true ambition to make a difference in the maritime industry; one workforce, partnering together with our customers to increase operational efficiency and find the best solutions for individual customers and the industry as a whole.

Our headquarter is at Lysaker, outside Oslo, Norway. We are divided into four main regions; Europe, Asia Pacific, Americas and Africa, Middle East and Black Sea, with regional head quarters in Lysaker, Singapore, Houston and Dubai.

We are 4,500 specialised marine professionals worldwide - ready and mobilized to meet your ever-changing needs. We service 2,200 ports in 125 countries, making us the world's largest maritime network.