The average salary for a logistics manager in the U.S. is $65k per year, which can rise considerably given employees also enjoy various other perks like bonuses, commissions, and profit-sharing.
Research by Payscale.com shows that on average, a logistics manager will get $4.6k in bonuses, $10k as commission and about $3k from profit sharing. The lowest-paid logistics managers account for 10% of positions and earn on average $43k per year. The top 10% earn on average $97k but the range varies from $90- $120 per year.
By comparison, logistics managers in the U.K. earn an average entry-level salary of £25,000. The pay can rise with rank and experience to reach over £69,000 per year.
Across the globe, the logistics manager’s salaries typically vary depending on several factors. In most cases, a logistics manager’s salary will depend on factors like level of education and courses, skills set, and experience.
Logistics managers who earn higher pay have professional skills related to Logistics, Supply Chain, and Operations Management. Low paying positions are those with skills in Inventory Control, Microsoft, Customer Service, and Shipping.
Entry-level logistics managers earn an average of $48k inclusive of all other perks. Moving up the experience ladder will see you take home on average $59k if you have a job experience of 1-4 years. Earnings increase with experience to top an average of $76k for Logistics Managers with over 10 years’ job experience.
Here are some of the popular salaries for logistics manager in the U.S. (all salaries are an average annual base pay):
• U.S. Army and U.S. Navy – $75k per year
• The U.S. Air Force (USAF) – $73k per year
• Ryder Integrated Logistics Inc -$62k per year
• Amazon.com Inc – $60k
• DSC Logistics – $57k per year
• Walmart – $52k per year.