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Entering the Norwegian market

In May the first Adnavem shipments arrived at its destination in Sweden and the marketplace was validated and ready for next phase.  In July Adnavem took on a new market when Norway was added as a destination due to customer demand. Last week the first container arrived at its destination Norway.

“We are proud that the marketplace is now not only validated when it comes to the process but also proven that it can easily be scaled up to cover new markets. It is crucial for us to be flexible in our offering towards customers”, says Andreas Wramsmyr, CEO at Adnavem.

“It´s great to see so many new local suppliers in Norway onboard, it´s a good sign”, says Andreas Wramsmyr.

Adnavem has an aggressive growth plan and is quickly scaling up business. The Swedish based company will continue to grow with new hires and a plan is in place to keep entering new markets.

The business model challenges how companies traditionally buy their transports. Transport buyers cut cost, save time and get complete transparency using the Adnavem Marketplace.

Norway is a mature import market and business opportunities can be identified in a large number of industries. In recent years we have seen an increase in demand for foreign goods and services to the Norwegian market. In addition, the Norwegian consumer is affluent compared to, for example, the Swedes who earn in average 40 per cent less in salary.



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