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Pär Sundblad becomes Managing Director of Scandinavian Shipping & Logistics

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Pär Sundblad

Pär Sundblad

Pär Sundblad becomes the new Managing Director of Scandinavian Shipping & Logistics.  He joined the company in 2015 as a Business Development Manager.  From November 1st 2016 he has taken over the role as Managing Director of Scandinavian Shipping & Logistics.  Sundblad has 23 years of experience in both container and break bulk carriers. 

“Pär has a strong customer perspective and customer satisfaction is something that always comes first. Scandinavian Shipping & Logistics has a clear ambition and strategy to expand its business and I am confident that Pär will contribute a lot in this role with his experience and commitment”, says Björn Eklund, owner.

As well as the overall responsibility for Scandinavian Shipping & Logistics’ business, Pär Sundblad will also focus on developing the company further into becoming a customer oriented and competence based logistics provider in the Nordic and Baltic countries.

“Scandinavian Shipping & Logistics has great potential with a good foundation in the present organization, as well as solid owners and partnerships.  I am really happy to be a part of this company’s future!” says Pär Sundblad.

About Scandinavian Shipping & Logistics
Scandinavian Shipping & Logistics is an independent full service agency based in Sweden and owned by the Swedish Greencarrier Group and the German company Menzell & Döhle. The company specialises in liner agency, port agency, freight agency and project logistics. Scandinavian Shipping & Logistics is focused on expanding its international business and has skilled staff with high expertise. Together with an extensive network of partners and agents around the world, Scandinavian Shipping & Logistics offers a comprehensive range of logistical solutions. Today, the company has a team of 25 employees and offices in Gothenburg, Norrkoping, Helsinki and Riga.

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