GreenCarrier to Open Office in Sundsvall

Tuesday, June 19, 2007
Effective August 1, GreenCarrier, the logistics arm of the Swedish-headquartered Björk.Eklund Group, is opening a new office in Sundsvall, approximately 400km north of Sweden’s capital, Stockholm. Contact details for the new office are as follows:

GreenCarrier Scandinavia AB Landsvägsallén 10 852 29 Sundsvall Sweden Contact: Roger Åsell, Branch Manager, e-mail: roger.asell@greencarrier.com Announcing the new office, Niklas Olsson, GreenCarrier’s managing director, said: “The region around Sundsvall is thriving and there is significant export traffic as well as a good flow of imports. Through this new office, we will be able to offer local customers an excellent service. We hope that they will benefit from our product and enjoy our service.”

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