Leif Bohlin replaces Martin Randel as CEO of Unifaun
April 27, 2018
After having built Unifaun from a small start-up to a European market leader with over 100 000 customers using its solutions across more than 75 countries, Martin Randel has chosen to step down from his position as CEO of the company. Martin will continue his engagement in Unifaun by focusing on strategic topics through his position on the Board of Directors.
”I am very proud of what we have achieved in my soon 12 years as CEO of Unifaun. Today we stand stronger than ever before and it is hence with great confidence I hand over to our new CEO.” Says Martin Randel.
The role as CEO will be assumed by Leif Bohlin who brings deep experience from senior positions in Supply Chain and SaaS solutions. Most recently Leif was CEO of eBuilder, following a long career at IBX.
”Unifaun is a fantastic company that has successfully combined growth and innovation on a market where a lot is happening right now. It is very inspiring to take over as CEO at this moment.” Says Leif Bohlin.
Unifaun originates in Sweden, where it was an innovator in building the local Delivery Management market and has actively driven it to the world-leading level of digitization in transports logistics (EDI) that the country has today. With over 20 years of experience in Delivery Management solutions Unifaun has grown into one of Europe’s leading players in the space.
The company’s solutions are used in over 75 countries and every day more than 800 000 shipments registered by over 100 000 companies flow through Unifaun’s systems. Unifaun has 160 employees in Sweden, Finland, Denmark, Norway and Poland.
”Martin’s contribution to taking Unifaun to where it is today cannot be overestimated. I am looking forward to continuing working with Martin on the Board of Directors, while Leif with his experience will be instrumental in Unifaun’s continued journey in consolidating its position as the leading European player.” Says Chairman of the Board Jussi Wuoristo, Partner at Vitruvian Partners.
The transition will take place in May.
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