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We deliver innovative and sustainable global shipping and logistics solutions for manufacturers of cars, trucks, heavy equipment and specialised cargo.

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The Wallenius Wilhelmsen group is a market leader in RoRo shipping and vehicle logistics, transporting cars, trucks, rolling equipment and breakbulk around the world. The group consists of Wallenius Wilhelmsen Ocean, Wallenius Wilhelmsen Solutions, EUKOR and ARC. It operates a fleet of around 130 vessels servicing 32 trade routes to six continents, and a global inland distribution network, 77 processing centres, and 13 marine terminals.

Wallenius Wilhelmsen Ocean

Wallenius Wilhelmsen Ocean (WW Ocean) is a leading provider of deep-sea ocean transportation for cars, trucks, rolling equipment and breakbulk cargo. Through a fleet of more than 50 modern RoRo vessels, WW Ocean offers a global liner service in 12 trade routes to six continents. Last year, WW Ocean moved 3 million car equivalent units (CEU) of cars, rolling equipment and breakbulk worldwide.

Facts & figures (2018)

  • 3 million car equivalent units shipped last year: 2.1 million cars, 720k rolling equipment and 180k breakbulk (all figures in CEU)
  • More than 50 vessels servicing 12 trade routes to six continents
  • More than 500 sailings and about 4000 port calls per year

Wallenius Wilhelmsen Solutions

Wallenius Wilhelmsen Solutions is a leading provider of logistics solutions to manufacturers of cars, trucks and heavy equipment. The company delivers a wide range of specialised processing services, world class supply chain services, inland distribution and terminal handling. Last year, the company moved 2.3 million cars, rolling equipment and breakbulk units and handled about 7.6 million units at processing centres around the world.

Facts & figures (2018)

  • 2.3 million inland distributions of cars, rolling equipment and breakbulk units per year 
  • 5.7 million units handled at 13 terminals 
  • 7.5 million throughputs of cars through 44 vehicle processing centers 
  • 47 000 throughputs of rolling equipment through 33 equipment processing centers
  • 77 processing centers worldwide