EMPLOYEES STAY WITH EUROPORTS FOR THE LONG HAUL!

At Euroports, the employees all want to do their very best – and that is why they stay with us for the long haul. Interacting with customers, a wide range of tasks and nice co-workers are often described as the best part of a job. At Euroports, it is true. No long faces at the start or during the working day!  

HR STORIES FROM EUROPORTS

ESSI LAINE, PAYROLL ACCOUNTANT

WHEN DID YOU START AND WHAT WERE YOUR FIRST DUTIES? I started at Euroports while still a student at Satakunta University of Applied Sciences. My first work practice was in the accounting department in the summer of 2010. When the payroll software

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LEARN ABOUT THE VARIOUS TASKS AT EUROPORTS

MACHINE STEVEDORE

Machine stevedores carry out cargo handling and transfers, both manually and with machines. Machine stevedores operate the full fleet of Euroports' work machines, from the smallest electric forklift to the largest reach stackers. They transfer the cargo from a lorry, train car or warehouse to the ship, and vice versa.

CARGO REGISTRAR

Cargo registrars keep warehouse records in port terminals, monitor the condition and volume of incoming goods and partly fill in waybills for outgoing goods. Cargo registrars are an important part of our high standard of service production.

WORK SUPERVISORS

Work Supervisors are in charge of the smooth running of loading and unloading, as well as safety. They plan where cargo is loaded on a ship, together with the ship's crew. The Work Supervisor plays a key role in the defect-free handling of goods.

FORWARDER

Prepares the loading list for the Work Supervisor, maintains contact with the cargo owners and the shipowners. The forwarder is the key person to the successful loading of the ship. The forwarder finalises the cargo manifest based on the actual cargo loaded onboard, and sends this information to the shipowners and the cargo owners.