G-Solutions re-brands following Bolloré Logistics investment

By Damian Brett

Swedish company Global Freight Solutions (G-Solutions) and its Finnish affiliate will be re-branded as Bolloré Logistics.

The move comes after Bolloré Logistics purchased a majority stake in the company in 2020.

In line with the move, two new subsidaries will be established: Bolloré Logistics Sweden and Bolloré Logistics Finland.

Johan Moerth, managing director of Bolloré Logistics Sweden and Finland, said: “This brand change constitutes a new milestone in our development strategy. Established in the region since 2006, we’ve provided the local footprint and knowledge of our markets, while benefiting from the global of a major actor of the supply chain industry.

“This allows us to offer our Swedish and Finnish customers a wide portfolio of competitive services in multimodal transport, warehousing, customs clearance, IT systems, with the strong ability for designing some tailor-made and innovative solutions.”

David Smith, chief executive northern Europe of Bolloré Logistics added: “This important progression secures the strategic objective of an owned and rapidly expanding network in the Nordics. It further emphasises the vital and growing presence of Sweden and Finland within our global and industry vertical offerings.

“This adoption of the Bolloré Logistics brand is the perfect reflection of the active membership of the subsidiaries in Sweden and Finland within the European region and their key role in the development plans that lie ahead.”

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