Halonen is forwarder’s Mr Multimodal

Swedish-based forwarder Greencarrier Freight Services has promoted Jarmo Halonen to chief operating officer, with combined responsibility for the air, ocean, road and rail freight activities.
This is the first time the four modes have been brought under the control of one director.
Halonen, formerly group director road freight, says: "We felt that it was important to bring together all the services we offer to ensure we can focus on our international growth and strengthen our product offering.
"This appointment also streamlines the communication between our international organisation and the many countries in which it operates."
Greencarrier Freight Services is one of the Nordic region’s largest privately owned global transport companies now employs 625 people in 13 countries.

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