Customs Specialist

Company description

Tessenderlo Group (Euronext: TESB) is an industrial group that focuses on agriculture, valorizing bio-residuals, machinery, mechanical engineering, electronics, energy, and industrial solutions for water management. With headquarters in Belgium, the group is active in over 100 countries and we have a global team of more than 7,000 employees. In 2022, Tessenderlo Group recorded a consolidated revenue of 2.6 billion EUR, or a pro forma revenue (including Picanol Group) of 3.3 billion EUR.

Our group’s conviction, “Every Molecule Counts”, conveys our shared optimism about the potential of our planet and its people. We believe in the power of smart industry to create a positive impact. In everything we do, we seek to further valorize the resources at our disposal. This counts just as much for the end products we make, which we constantly optimize, as it does for the by-products from our processes, which we consistently seek to repurpose as best we can, respecting the planet and its resources.

We Make it Count - as an international company with Belgian roots, Tessenderlo Group promotes personal and local entrepreneurship, creating opportunities for all of our employees to take on challenging roles and real responsibilities. On top of this, our people are encouraged to further develop their competencies through regular training initiatives, and they are rewarded with competitive compensation and benefits packages. For more information about Tessenderlo Group, our people, our brands, and our results, please visit

Job description

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  • Perform Customs post clearance and other checks;
  • Assure that customs procedures are followed (e.g. AEO, exit confirmations, origin);
  • Control of compliance with customs rules from a European legislative perspective;
  • Support business with customs when certain shipments/orders are demanding for this;
  • Advice and working closely with internal departments on all matters relating to Customs of all Business units;
  • Coordinate with freight forwarders, customs brokers, and other third-party logistics providers to ensure timely clearance of shipments;
  • Conduct periodic audits to identify areas of non-compliance and implement corrective measures;
  • Collaborate with cross-functional teams, including procurement, finance, and legal, to resolve customs-related issues and optimize supply chain processes.


  • Bachelor’s degree in International Trade, Supply Chain Management or a related field;
  • A first work experience in customs/logistics;
  • Good communication skills;
  • Ability to work independently and prioritize tasks effectively.



  •         A role with responsibilities and a wide variety of activities;
  •         Participate in ambitious challenges;
  •         Invest in activities that make sense, in building a better world, because every molecule counts;
  •         In a caring environment;
  •         A competitive salary with fringe benefits.
Experience level
Not Applicable
Tessenderlo Group
Business unit
Tessenderlo Group