Wallenius Wilhelmsen CEO: car freight volumes will grow as congestion eases

The Norwegian-Swedish company closes the second quarter showing a decreased net result but expects the rest of the year and the beginning of 2023 to be much better. CEO Lasse Kristoffersen says cargo volumes will grow as more cars, trucks and excavators will be produced.

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Car carrier Wallenius Wilhelmsen, headquartered in Norway, closed Q2’s books with black numbers on the bottom line, and CEO Lasse Kristoffersen is confident about the future.

In an interview with ShippingWatch, the CEO, who has only held the reins since June 1, 2022, says the outlook for the rest of the year seems promising.

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