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Cargotec opens a global Cargotec Business Service Centre in Bulgaria


Cargotec celebrates today the official opening of its new global Cargotec Business Service (CBS) centre in Sofia, the capital of Bulgaria. The investment demonstrates Cargotec's confidence in the local team of dedicated professionals and the Bulgarian talent pool to help fuel company's growth.
"I would like to congratulate the CBS team on the official beginning of an exciting journey to build more streamlined common business services to improve efficiency, economies of scale and visibility. It will enable our business areas Kalmar, Hiab and MacGregor free time and resources to focus more on growth and innovation that make global trade faster, smarter and more sustainable," says Mikko Puolakka, Cargotec's Chief Financial Officer.
The CBS team presently consists of 130 people; however, it is expected that it would expand significantly over the coming years. The aim is to develop and deliver world-class global business support services in the fields of finance, human resources, information management, as well as indirect procurement.  
"Our investment in the modern office in the heart of Sofia is a long-term commitment with focus on continuous improvement. We plan to grow, and are in the lookout for people who are future-oriented and eager to develop their skills in a global company, and lead the way in building smarter business services," says Maya Milanova, Head of Cargotec Business Services. 
For further information please contact:
Lotta Clausen, Communications Director, Cargotec Business Services; phone +359882362297
Cargotec (Nasdaq Helsinki: CGCBV) enables smarter cargo flow for a better everyday with its leading cargo handling solutions and services. Cargotec's business areas Kalmar, Hiab and MacGregor are pioneers in their fields. Through their unique position in ports, at sea and on roads, they optimise global cargo flows and create sustainable customer value. Cargotec's sales in 2016 totalled approximately EUR 3.5 billion and it employs over 11,000 people.
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