May 28, 2017 8:34 PM ET

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Company Overview of Wallenius Wilhelmsen Logistics AB

Company Overview

Wallenius Wilhelmsen Logistics AB provides shipping and logistics solutions for manufacturers of cars, trucks, heavy equipment, and specialized cargo. The company offers supply chain solutions; and ocean transportation, ocean terminals, technology solutions, inland distribution, vehicle processing, and equipment processing services; terminal handling services; and a range of technical services. It serves auto, trucks and busses, mining equipment, construction equipment, agricultural equipment, breakbulk, machinery and machine tools, power generation, rail, oil and gas, boats and yachts, aviation, steel, and rubber industries. The company offers its services through offices and agent represen...

Swedenborgsgatan 19

Stockholm,  100 64

Sweden

Founded in 1999

Phone:

46 87 72 08 00

Fax:

46 86 40 05 94

Key Executives for Wallenius Wilhelmsen Logistics AB

Chief Executive Officer and President
Chief Financial Officer and Global Chief of Staff
Chief Executive Officer of Europe Operations
Head of Global Human Resources and Internal Communication
Group Chief Financial Officer of Wilh Wilhelmsen ASA
Age: 62
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.

Wallenius Wilhelmsen Logistics AB Key Developments

Audi Selects Wallenius Wilhelmsen as in Charge of Yard Management at New VPC in Mexico

Audi has selected Wallenius Wilhelmsen Logistics AB as in charge of yard management at its new vehicle processing center, or VPC, located at the Audi manufacturing site in San Jose Chiapa, Mexico. The facility is brand new and WWL is working closely with Audi to set up the new processes for its activities. This year, Audi is expected to produce 165,000 vehicles at its new assembly plant in San Jose Chiapa in Mexico. The plant manufactures Audi's Q5 for all markets and is also set to become the worldwide sourcing point for this successful model. The vehicles from San Jose Chiapa are distributed to the domestic market by truck and to the US and Canada, and on to the rest of the world by train. To optimise handling and logistics operations in San Jose Chiapa, Audi has chosen to outsource VPC operations to WWL, putting it in charge of two key activities: yard management and railcar shunting for Finished Built up Units (FBU). WWL is responsible for managing and operating railcar operations within the new facility, which includes operating inbound railcars with parts and materials as well as automotive railcar management.

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