Wallenius Wilhelmsen Integrates Services to Support Customer Growth


Wallenius Wilhelmsen is a company in motion – just like the world around us. It strives to continually evolve as markets and customer needs develop, and in step with its strategy for sustainable logistics.

It is now entering the next phase of this evolution, adopting an integrated approach to creating and delivering solutions for our customers, across land and sea. As its customers face changing market dynamics and new business models, it will be ready to support with services across the vehicle and equipment life cycle.

Uniting business development and sales activities that have previously been organised by brand, a new Customer Growth unit will represent all its service capabilities. The Customer Growth team will tap its unrivalled expertise across the vehicle supply chain, to listen to and support our customers with their current and future needs.

“With rapid market development, our existing customers’ requirements are evolving, and we see new customer segments emerging. Demand for integrated logistics solutions and leveraging of data across the supply chain calls for a new way to combine our world-class array of services to support customers’ requirements,” says Craig Jasienski, President & CEO.

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Ryan is the Digital Marketing and Content Creation Manager for Trade and Logistics Siam Ltd. He provides a creative flair to the team and his resourcefulness helps to bring an imaginative improvement to both literary archetypes and online content production. A writer by day and a rider by night, when he's not composing the latest logistics news update or creating compelling copy for our clients, Ryan spends his free time travelling Thailand by motorbike.