Ste­na Line’s CEO Nic­las Mår­ten­sson appoin­ted to lead the Sup­p­ly Chain & Trans­port Indus­try Com­mu­ni­ty at the World Eco­no­mic Forum

At this year’s annual meeting in Davos, it was announced that Niclas Mårtensson will take on the role of Governor Chair of one of the forum’s 22 industry communities: the Supply Chain & Transport Industry.

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The World Eco­no­mic Forum (WEF) is an inter­na­tio­nal orga­ni­sa­ti­on that brings tog­e­ther lea­ders from busi­ness, govern­ment, civil socie­ty, and aca­de­mia to shape glo­bal, regio­nal and indus­try agen­das. At this year’s annu­al mee­ting in Davos, it was announ­ced that Nic­las Mår­ten­sson will take on the role of Gover­nor Chair of one of the forum’s 22 indus­try com­mu­ni­ties: the Sup­p­ly Chain & Trans­port Indus­try. Over the next two years as Gover­nor Chair, Nic­las Mårtensson’s respon­si­bi­li­ty will be to pro­vi­de lea­der­ship for the com­mu­ni­ty, help defi­ne the indus­try agen­da, and iden­ti­fy whe­re coll­ec­ti­ve action may con­tri­bu­te to posi­ti­ve indus­try and glo­bal sys­te­mic outcomes.

“This is a fan­ta­stic oppor­tu­ni­ty to shape the agen­da that will enable the tran­si­ti­on to fossil-free, inclu­si­ve, and safe move­ment of goods. The World Eco­no­mic Forum brings tog­e­ther such a vast diver­si­ty of poli­ti­cal lea­ders and influ­en­ti­al peo­p­le from busi­ness and the civil socie­ty who are all enga­ged in col­la­bo­ra­ting to crea­te actu­al chan­ge for a bet­ter world”, Nic­las Mår­ten­sson says.

WEF is most famous for the annu­al mee­ting in Davos, but the indus­try com­mu­ni­ties work tog­e­ther throug­hout the year, pro­po­sing, endor­sing, and pro­vi­ding stra­te­gic input to prio­ri­ties for the indus­try they repre­sent. A signi­fi­cant role for Nic­las Mår­ten­sson will be to influence the poli­ci­es and regu­la­ti­ons around exis­ting oppor­tu­ni­ties, with the goal of faci­li­ta­ting a fossil-free sup­p­ly chain and trans­port industry.

“While the world curr­ent­ly sets high goals for sus­taina­bi­li­ty, the neces­sa­ry infra­struc­tu­re to achie­ve the­se goals often falls short, for exam­p­le when it comes to elec­tri­fi­ca­ti­on. In my role as Gover­nor Chair, I have a respon­si­bi­li­ty to make my voice heard and influence the poli­ci­es that are cru­cial for our industry’s ine­vi­ta­ble trans­for­ma­ti­on”, sta­tes Nic­las Mårtensson.

Nic­las Mår­ten­sson takes over from the Group CEO at freight trans­port com­pa­ny PSA Inter­na­tio­nal, Tan Chong Meng, who has held the role for the past two years.

Nic­las Mår­ten­sson, CEO at Ste­na Line

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