We share updates about the transport & logistics industry, how the digitisation affects our way of working and what we can expect from the future. 

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Adnavem celebrates two years and continues to grow

Many companies are looking to find a more efficient and sustainable way of handling transports. Many of them are ready to change their way of working, structural and organizational, to create a modern, effective and more reliable supply chain.

"We see an increased number of companies joining Adnavem which shows that more and more companies are looking for new modern ways to purchase transports", says Andreas Wramsmyr, founder and CEO at Adnavem.

From a transport buyer perspective


By having direct contact with the logistics suppliers, transport buyers experience more efficient communication as well as a lower cost when skipping middle layers.

Transport buyers gain more control by choosing from the best supplier suited for their specific needs, having access to all sailing schedules and receiving rates from all suppliers of interest.

"The core objective of our tech company is to simplify and give you as a transport buyer the control and transparency you deserve. Five years ago, would have been too early, there was simply not enough data to create the product. Five years from now had been too late. I believe that by then the new logistics ecosystem is defined,” says Andreas Wramsmyr.

Adnavem was founded in September 2017 by Andreas Wramsmyr, Mattias Sundström & Linda Gårdlöv- The name is Latin and means "to the ship".

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