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Outbound Logistics Coordinator

Posted 24 Jan 2023
Work experience
1 to 2 years
Full-time / part-time
Job function
Degree level
Required languages
English (Fluent)
Dutch (Fluent)

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Main purpose:

This newly created role will combine the daily stock control tasks & Idoc management (which are key controls) and the daily follow-up and management of exceptions during customer deliveries.

The daily stock control is required to make sure physical stocks at the 3PL and the stocks shown in SAP are always in sync, so that other functions always look at the correct stock picture to allocate orders and plan productions. To make sure this is the case, failed idocs must be resolved and a daily stock comparison is made.

The other part of the job focusses on exceptions during customer deliveries. This could be change in delivery windows, long waiting times and/or refusals/returns. It focuses on the part of the order flow after the orders have been submitted to the 3PL and will involve daily contact with the 3PL and customers so that the exceptions are resolved as soon as possible and the customer will get the ordered goods OTIF.



  • Daily follow-up of failed idocs (SAP interface message) and resolving them
  • Tracking of root causes and input into RCA together with Sr. Logistics Coordinator
  • Daily match of 3PL stocks and SAP stocks and resolving any differences
  • Supplying input into monthly key controls related to stock control
  • First point of contact for questions from internal stakeholders on stock accuracy
  • Daily follow-up of exceptions in deliveries to customers based on input from 3PL
  • Replanning of deliveries together with customer DC’s based on 3PL & customer capacity
  • Tracking of root causes of deliveries inregularities and providing first analysis to Domestic 3PL lead
  • Identify productivities within delivery process together with Domestic 3PL lead
  • Tracking of carrier performance NL plants -> NL warehouse and input to Domestic 3PL lead in case of deviations
  • First point of contact for NL plants with day to day transport questions/escalations


Key skills/Experience required:

  • 1-2 years’ experience in supply chain role, preferably in a fast-moving environment but we are happy to consider graduates for this role
  • Bachelor degree in logistics, or supply chain related
  • Proven strong thinking/ problem solving skills - able to identify and remove obstacles to progress
  • Strong eye for detail and ability to see connections in data, events and trends
  • Good understanding & experience in working with SAP preferred
  • Highly customer-focused with a positive ‘can-do’ attitude
  • Thorough knowledge of MS Office modules (especially Excel)
  • Ability to keep overview of complex flows and identify current & future risks
  • Analytical skills- can analyse figures, make connections and draw conclusions
  • Very strong number skills
  • Fluency in Dutch & English

Differentiating competencies required:

  • Shows responsibility for their own actions and sense of order and cleanliness in their own workspace
  • Able to transform data and information into meaningful insights.
  • Expression & communcation skills: able to communicate within various levels of the organization (CS&L teams, customer service at 3PL, customer DC’s)
  • Testifies strong personal insights and is able to think logically to bring alleged tasks to a successful conclusion
  • Knowledge of retail (multi-channel) supply chains is an advantage.
  • Sense of responsibility & ownership
  • Eagerness to ‘get it right’ (perfectionist)
  • Looking forward to resolving ‘logistics puzzles’

About PepsiCo

PepsiCo products are enjoyed by consumers more than one billion times a day in more than 200 countries and territories around the world. PepsiCo generated more than $79 billion in net revenue in 2021, driven by a complementary beverage and convenient foods portfolio that includes Lay’s, Doritos, Cheetos, Gatorade, Pepsi-Cola, Mountain Dew, Quaker, and SodaStream. PepsiCo's product portfolio includes a wide range of enjoyable foods and beverages, including many iconic brands that generate more than $1 billion each in estimated annual retail sales.

Guiding PepsiCo is our vision to Be the Global Leader in Beverages and Convenient Foods by Winning with PepsiCo Positive (pep+). pep+ is our strategic end-to-end transformation that puts sustainability and human capital at the center of how we will create value and growth by operating within planetary boundaries and inspiring positive change for planet and people.

Why PepsiCo Netherlands?

PepsiCo The Netherlands currently employs around 630 people at its 4 sites, including our headquarters in Utrecht and three production sites in Rotterdam, Zaandam and Broek op Langedijk. With well-known strong brands such as Pepsi, Lay’s, Quaker and Duyvis, we are in the Top 6 of food companies in The Netherlands. We pride ourselves on being a great place to work and were rewarded for the 12th time with the Top Employer certification The Netherlands and Europe. Joining PepsiCo means joining a dedicated team where innovation and forward thinking are encouraged.

PepsiCo is een van de grootste voedingsmiddelen- en drankenbedrijven ter wereld met een netto-omzet van ruim 60 miljard dollar en 285.000 medewerkers in meer dan 200 landen. PepsiCo voert een groot aantal merken, waarvan er 23 een jaarlijkse omzet hebben van meer dan 1 miljard dollar.
Als PepsiCo Nederland voeren wij bekende sterke merken zoals 7UP, Alvalle, Caleb’s Kola, Cheetos, Doritos, Duyvis, Gatorade, Lay's, Mountain Dew, Naked, Pepsi, Quaker, Snack a Jacks, Sunbreaks en Tropicana.

Active in 200 countries
285,000 employees
50% men - 50% women
Average age is 30 years

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