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Careers

FLS – We love project cargo.

We love challenges, we dare to be different…
What about you?
Are you already satisfied or do you have a hunger and passion for more?

Whether you have long-standing experience or are simply taking your first steps, FLS can offer you many different opportunities to develop your career path on an international scale and take on new responsibilities with autonomy and an entrepreneurial spirit.

Within the last 20+ years FLS has grown from a two man start-up in Bangkok to an international organization with close to 100 employees in Thailand, Singapore, Vietnam, Indonesia and Australia. Our passion for project logistics, dynamic team attitude and individual approach set us apart from many others. We aim to build on this successful history and are always looking for highly motivated and talented people like you to join us on our journey of success.

So if you really like the challenge and share our passion & values, feel free to send your CV to hr@flsasia.com and let us explore how we can bring FLS Projects to the next level, together.

PROJECT REFERENCES & CASE STUDIES
  • Tangguh Expansion Project
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    Tangguh Expansion Project
    Project and Scope Overview Scope Receiving international cargo from vessel (incl. stevedoring) or at container yard Receiving domestic cargo at EXW factory or FOT truck at yard Transportation to yard and offloading to safe storage location Building and maintaining Marshalling Yard Inventory Management & Reporting Repacking and container stuffing Cargo preservation Stowage planning and Lashing […]
  • Ferry Loading
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    Ferry Loading
    Shipment of 2x Catamarans from Vung Tau to Oman
  • WICET Surge Bin
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    WICET Surge Bin
    24 metre tall, 350 tonne module from Vietnam to Gladstone’s new Wiggins Island Coal Export Terminal.
  • Chana Power Plant
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    Chana Power Plant
    Shipping two HRSG boiler modules from Korea to Thailand.
  • Wasit MEG Plant
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    Wasit MEG Plant
    Break-bulk project involving shipping approximately 85,000 freight tonnes to Saudi Arabia
  • Tangguh Expansion Project
    Read more
    Tangguh Expansion Project
    Project and Scope Overview Scope Receiving international cargo from vessel (incl. stevedoring) or at container yard Receiving domestic cargo at EXW factory or FOT truck at yard Transportation to yard and offloading to safe storage location Building and maintaining Marshalling Yard Inventory Management & Reporting Repacking and container stuffing Cargo preservation Stowage planning and Lashing […]
  • Ferry Loading
    Read more
    Ferry Loading
    Shipment of 2x Catamarans from Vung Tau to Oman
  • WICET Surge Bin
    Read more
    WICET Surge Bin
    24 metre tall, 350 tonne module from Vietnam to Gladstone’s new Wiggins Island Coal Export Terminal.
  • Chana Power Plant
    Read more
    Chana Power Plant
    Shipping two HRSG boiler modules from Korea to Thailand.
  • Wasit MEG Plant
    Read more
    Wasit MEG Plant
    Break-bulk project involving shipping approximately 85,000 freight tonnes to Saudi Arabia
  • Tangguh Expansion Project
    Read more
    Tangguh Expansion Project
    Project and Scope Overview Scope Receiving international cargo from vessel (incl. stevedoring) or at container yard Receiving domestic cargo at EXW factory or FOT truck at yard Transportation to yard and offloading to safe storage location Building and maintaining Marshalling Yard Inventory Management & Reporting Repacking and container stuffing Cargo preservation Stowage planning and Lashing […]
  • Ferry Loading
    Read more
    Ferry Loading
    Shipment of 2x Catamarans from Vung Tau to Oman
  • WICET Surge Bin
    Read more
    WICET Surge Bin
    24 metre tall, 350 tonne module from Vietnam to Gladstone’s new Wiggins Island Coal Export Terminal.
  • Chana Power Plant
    Read more
    Chana Power Plant
    Shipping two HRSG boiler modules from Korea to Thailand.
  • Wasit MEG Plant
    Read more
    Wasit MEG Plant
    Break-bulk project involving shipping approximately 85,000 freight tonnes to Saudi Arabia