Wibax has started a trainee programme, initially geared towards immigrants. The project is being carried out in collaboration with Piteå Council and the Swedish Public Employment Service, Arbetsförmedlingen, and will give twelve candidates the opportunity to experience working at Wibax, under mentorship. With the help of Fredrik Blom and Hannah Degerman from Piteå Council, we have now held a mentorship training course, to ensure that Wibax will give the trainees the best possible experience.
WIBAX has built a double-skin tank for liquid chemicals at their Norrköping terminal, an investment of 21 million SEK. “Long-term, serious investment in safety is a crucial part of our operations”, explains Anders Skoog, Operations Manager, Wibax Terminals.
WIBAX wish you and your family a happy holiday and we look forward towards continued good relationships. Instead of a Christmas gift, we have chosen to give a contribution to the Child Cancer Foundation.
Wibax announces Wibax Academy - Good Chemistry for More of Us, a trainee programme initially geared towards immigrants. The project will be carried out in collaboration with Piteå Council and Arbetsförmedlingen, the Swedish Public Employment Service, and allow twelve candidates to experience working at Wibax, under mentorship, in everything from finance and sales to logistics and transportation, in the spring of 2020.
Following a multi-million SEK investment to increase capacity and provide a high level of safety, the remodelling of Wibax’ Malmö terminal is now complete.
“We are now ready to take a strong position in the market in southern Sweden”, reports Jonas Wiklund, CEO, Wibax Group.
Representatives from industry, politics, public agencies and academia gathered in Luleå to participate in lectures and networking on the subject “Enforcement – how do we best develop our infrastructure to enforce political decisions?” Jonas Wiklund, CEO, Wibax Group, participated in a panel discussion on the infrastructure of the future.