Swedish logistics company Scandinavian Logistics Partners (Scanlog) continues to invest in northern Sweden and establishes a new sales office in the city of Skellefteå.
It will be Scanlog’s first office outside the three metropolitan areas and the fourth in Sweden, earlier this autumn they also opened an office at Gardermoen outside Oslo, Norway.
– Not least the pandemic and the consequences of the unrest both in our vicinity and in the world in general have shown that global supply chains are vulnerable, says Lars Widelund, who is responsible for the new office as Senior Business Development Manager at Scanlog. Being on the geographical edge of Europe makes the challenges even greater. The importance of a creative and responsible logistics partner cannot be overestimated, says Lars, and I am really looking forward to creating value for the regional business community.
– We are incredibly happy to have the opportunity to assist the industry and trade in the green transition in Norr- and Västerbotten, the two most northerly counties in Sweden, says Scanlog’s chairman of the board and founder Mathias Wideroth. Scanlog’s focus on sustainable international transport solutions where rail and sea are used for long-distance transport, trucks with alternative fuels for distribution and where air freight when it is really needed is always carbon offset, goes hand in hand with the ambitions clearly shown in the rapid development in northern Sweden.
Scanlog’s office is located at Åkarnas hus in Skellefteå.
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Lars Widelund, firstname.lastname@example.org, +46 76 – 8235110
Mathias Wideroth, email@example.com, +46 707 – 934050
Scandinavian Logistics Partners AB (scanlog.se) is a Swedish-owned logistics company specializing in international transport by rail, sea, road and air. We are passionate about Responsible Logistics – focused on cost-efficiency, reduced environmental impact and customer service beyond expectations. Scanlog has about 50 co-workers in four offices in Sweden and one in Norway, a turnover of approximately 500 MSEK and was appointed Gasell Company by Swedish daily Dagens Industri in 2017, 2018 and in 2019. Scanlog is accredited with the ISO quality- and environmental management standards