What does a Logistics Director do?
Logistics account executives are sales professionals who work with clients in the shipping, freight, and other transportation industries. They typically sell B2B products and services, and act as an intermediary between their clients and the vendors or providers. They emphasize solutions to alleviate client challenges. They cultivate leads, present sales pitches, close sales, and nurture existing accounts by building strong relationships. The priority is on growing their account base and increasing revenue from existing accounts. They may be expected to meet certain sales quotas.
Logistics account executives typically have at least a high school diploma, although additional education or training is a plus. They generally have experience in sales, and a background in B2B sales is helpful. They must have excellent communication skills and the ability to deliver a persuasive sales pitch.
Logistics Director Career Path
Learn how to become a Logistics Director, what skills and education you need to succeed, and what level of pay to expect at each step on your career path.
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Logistics Director Insights
“Overall TQL is a great work environment and I would recommend pursuing a sales career here.”
“Training is perfect and let's you know exactly how to succeed in this field.”
“Great if you want to work 60+ hours a week on a light promise of endless commission checks.”
“From what I can tell TQL is one of the best entry level opportunities out there right now.”
“This is a great job if you're looking for unlimited pay increases completely based on your effort.”
“Sell you a dream of making great money but it’s really not worth it.”
“The training you receive is fantastic with direct mentorship for your first 26 weeks on the job.”
“Commission money is decent compared to the horrible fresh out of college paychecks you get along the way.”
Logistics Director Interviews
Frequently asked questions about the role and responsibilities of a Logistics Director
- Logistics Coordinator
- Transportation Manager
- Logistics Manager
- Distribution Manager