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We are investing further in sales

We are proud to have Hampus Rudholm onboard as our new consulting seller focusing on the Swedish market.

We are a disruptive tech start-up within transport and logistics. It´s great to have the opportunity to invest further in sales. Hampus Rudholm´s latest position was with Derome within the wood industry, where he held the position of sales manager at the Mölnlycke office. 

Hampus Rudholm“Adnavem stands for something completely new in our industry. The opportunities brought along with the digitalization have not escaped anyone and it will be very intriguing to go out there and meet all the companies who are ready to get the train and work more digitally with their transport purchases,” says Hampus Rudholm Sales Executive at Adnavem.

 “We have developed a marketplace where the transport buyer gets an objective picture of available logistics suppliers matched with their needs. The possibility of choosing suppliers without intermediaries gives more control over the logistics chain and a lower price. Many parts of the process are also automated, which makes the work more efficient,” says Andreas Wramsmyr, founder and CEO at Adnavem.

 “We are convinced that Hampus will contribute to our continued growth journey. During the winter we have acquired several new customers, and during the spring we will invest further in our customer journey and how to reach more potential customers,” says Andreas Wramsmyr.

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