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Simeon is a transportation company that focuses on the transport of liquids.

Liquid fuel deliveries

Chemical deliveries

Gas deliveries

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Simeon is a transportation company that focuses on the transport of liquids. Our home market area includes Finland, Sweden and the Baltic countries. In addition to this, we also operate in all of the coastal countries of the Baltic region.

Our budgeted turnover is 60 million euros. A majority of this comes from co-operation with our long-terms partners and leading operators in the field. We are proud to be able to work with companies such as Aga, Teboil, Neste, Lukoil, Kemira, Boliden, Altia, Prefere Resins ja Orlen.

We operate on a partnership basis with all our clients. Knowing our clients’ products and processes is an important factor in order to achieve our mutual goals. Our drivers, who provide the majority of our services, and our long-term subcontractors are the resource that transforms goals into achievements, such as customer service, safety, realiability and minimal impact to the environment.

For more information on our services and our contact details, please visit our website.

Customer focus

All our operations are based on our customers’ needs. Simeon focuses on meeting the customers’ requirements and bringing forward innovations to improve business and service delivery. Reliability is the key feature in customer relations.

Safety

Simeon complies with the requirements of safety in all of its operations. Simeon also complies with any safety policies that are set out by its clients.

Environmental consideration

Environmental impact is considered in all services provided by Simeon. The environmental impact plays a key role when selecting partners, materials and equipment.

Financial success

The financial profitability and the risks related to the operations are carefully considered in all operations and services provided. It is the responsibility of the management to lead the company in such way that it provides long term stability and success.

Responsibility

Responsibility is based on that agreed things to be done.

Responsibility means that everyone at Simeon has responsibility to intervene to the grievances, support colleagues and help others to act according to our guidelines and values. Responsibility means also that problems aren’t hidden or postponed, but are openly discussed and promptly solved.

HEALTH (H)

Hazardous goods transporters encounter thousands of other road users on a daily basis. Each driver is responsible for looking after their personal health and well-being, but as an employer, Simeon wants to do its part to support its employees in health-related matters.

The goals of our health policy are that:

♦  everyone at Simeon who undertakes transport tasks has been declared fit to work as a driver

♦  every Simeon employee is aware of their personal responsibility to look after their health through healthy habits, exercise and diet, and sets themselves a goal to retire healthy

♦  we use the principles of early support to help our employees cope with their work

♦  everyone understands the contents of the intoxicant/drug control programme and follows them

♦  we purchase statutory occupational health services and monitor that they are used

♦  we examine our operational environment to identify risks and to sufficiently prepare for both isolated workplace accidents and occupational illnesses.

There is significant variation in the laws governing healthcare services between different countries. However, access to high-quality healthcare services plays a significant role in job satisfaction, so our aim is to support high-quality healthcare services in all the countries where Simeon operates.

SAFETY (S)

Multiple stages of hazardous waste transport include safety risks and everyone at Simeon is expected to be able to identify potential risks and assess their impact. We use 4tools tools to analyse our operational environment in order to improve the safety of both our employees and our business partners.

The goals of our safety policy are that:

♦  our safety culture is based on every employee following the principles of behaviour-based safety (BBS)

♦  everyone at Simeon goes home healthy (target: zero accidents at work)

♦  we behave responsibly in traffic

♦  we know the whereabouts of every unit in our fleet at all times

♦  everyone working for Simeon, including subcontractors, follows the provided health and safety regulations in all situations regardless of whether the norms were provided by clients, interest groups or Simeon itself

♦  everyone working for Simeon, including subcontractors, understands when to turn down an unsafe job

♦  our essential business-related documents have been protected and everyone at Simeon understands the role of data security in their line of work

Professional skills are based on know-how, which is why we improve our safety behaviour through continuous training; the current social media environment has introduced new requirements to provide more detailed instructions regarding publicity matters related to the safety plan. In addition to the statutory professional qualification and ADR courses, we also work together with our client companies to provide training.

Modern fleet and high-quality tools and equipment help us achieve safer working conditions, but it should always be borne in mind that the actions we can take to ensure safety are simple and clear, such as always using a seat belt when driving.

We use GPS technology to track our fleet in real time, and we also monitor our employees’ driving styles, such as sudden braking and speeding. We ensure our drivers are alert and fit to drive through balanced shift scheduling and monitoring compliance with the rules on driving times, breaks and rest periods.

QUALITY (Q)

Thousands of customer orders are handled across all Simeon branches every day. Handling the orders from first receiving them to delivering them safely and on time and finally invoicing them requires seamless cooperation between different departments.

The goals of our quality policy are that:

♦  the customer or the end user of the product receives the product as agreed, and that the delivery gives the customer a positive impression of the product and service

♦  we get things right in one go

♦  quality is the end result of a process in which everyone involved does their part to ensure quality assurance, which allows us to constantly improve our operations and react without delay

♦  we create contractual partnerships with reliable and well-known partners and do not tolerate corruption in any shape or form

♦  we produce profitable contract-based transport services of uniform quality

♦  everyone at Simeon follows specified operational guidelines and instructions and understands that in a team game, everyone needs to follow the same rules in order to achieve the best end result

As a part of our efforts to improve quality, we scan consignment notes and transfer them directly from the vehicles to the office. This is part of our digitalisation process. As part of this process, the documents and information related to payroll matters, purchase invoices and invoicing are managed electronically, in so far as our customers and suppliers are able to do so.

To ensure quality, we review compliance with our operational guidelines regularly and address cases of non-compliance in accordance with our responsibilities and values without delay.

An important part of our continuous improvement scheme is the handling of non-conformance reports where the incident’s root causes are analysed and actions are presented to prevent similar situations in the future.

In order to achieve our quality targets, we are responsible for providing induction and training throughout the entire employment period, which we also require from all of our partners, i.e. subcontractors, suppliers and customers. Our partners must agree to follow the same ethical principles that we follow, such as the ban on forced and child labour.

ENVIRONMENT (E)

The environmental impact of road transport stands out due to the visibility of the industry in everyday life. Each day, Simeon tank trucks cover a distance of roughly twice the Earth’s perimeter hauling hazardous liquid materials on road in Northern Europe. As such, we have been determined since 1998 to develop our environmental policy while meeting the requirements of the ISO 14001 standard.

The goals of our environmental policy are that:

♦  we operate responsibly to mitigate climate change and prevent environmental pollution

♦  through our solutions, we make it possible to achieve our clients’ environmental targets

♦  we meet the requirements of our interest groups (e.g. legislation)

♦  we ensure that everyone working for Simeon, including subcontractors, takes environmental matters into consideration in their actions and decisions

♦  we lead the way in the transport industry as a company that implements innovative solutions that protect the environment

In practice, we implement the principles of our environmental policy for example in our life cycle approach, where vehicle purchases in accordance with our investment plan enable us to reduce emission components and minimise CO2 emissions. Standardised vehicle maintenance programmes and driving-style monitoring, in particular, have proved to be successful tools for reducing fuel consumption. It goes without saying that everyone at Simeon considers sorting the waste they have produced for recycling as an environmentally positive action that is a part of their everyday lives.

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Liquid fuel deliveries

Liquid fuel deliveries are a part of everyday traffic nowadays and the largest service stations require supplementary deliveries on daily basis. Many of the vehicles carry our clients’ logos and livery. Operating in an environmentally friendly way is very important to the liquid fuel industry. Our clients launch new, environmentally friendly products and the vehicle manufacturers develop more ecological engines. This also applies to the trucks we use for the deliveries.

Heating oil is delivered along with road fuel. The variable demand for heating oil with its short peak seasons offer opportunities for us to assess our performance measurement.

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Chemical deliveries

Different types of liquid chemicals are among the main raw materials of our industry. Individual factories can use tens of tons of lye, sulphuric acid and hydrocloric acid. Some industries refine basic chemicals into high-quality end products, which are delivered to the clients in tanker trucks, as well. Chemical transportations together with various products and regulations make up an efficient network.

Small stock, constantly changing demand and an absolute reliability of delivery determine the standard for a transportation business. Simeon is specialised in transporting chemical products that are classified as the most demanding and hazardous. Our aim is to be the leading company of this type of transportation in our sector.

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Gas deliveries

Products that are in gaseous state when at atmospheric temperature and pressure are classed as gas. However, despite the name, these products are in liquid state during transportation. Gases are used in a multitude of ways in a modern society. For example, the food industry and healthcare sector, as well as chefs preparing gastronomical delights, are equally important users of gases.

Gases have many diverse properties. Some can be used to produce energy by burning and others, for example carbon dioxide, such as that escaping from a bottle of fizzy drink, can be used to extinguish fires. Some gases rise like a balloon when released, whereas others remain on the ground due to their density, being greater than that of air.

Different properties require different equipment and product specific training for the drivers. Knowledge of the products and tank technology make the transportation of gases safe.
Simeon is an expert in gas transportation.

Services

Liquid fuel deliveries

Liquid fuel deliveries are a part of everyday traffic nowadays and the largest service stations require supplementary deliveries on daily basis. Many of the vehicles carry our clients’ logos and livery. Operating in an environmentally friendly way is very important to the liquid fuel industry.

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Chemical deliveries

Different types of liquid chemicals are among the main raw materials of our industry. Individual factories can use tens of tons of lye, sulphuric acid and hydrocloric acid. Some industries refine basic chemicals into high-quality end products, which are delivered to the clients in tanker trucks, as well.

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Gas deliveries

Products that are in gaseous state when at atmospheric temperature and pressure are classed as gas. However, despite the name, these products are in liquid state during transportation. Gases are used in a multitude of ways in a modern society.

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Available jobs

Kiitosimeon group currently employs well over 400  top professionals in various positions in Finland, Sweden and the Baltic countries. Almost 400 of us are HGV drivers.

We invest in staff training and job satisfaction. Our fleet is modern and renewed systematically. We take pride in providing transportation with first class vehicles.

We have interesting and challenging positions for top professionals. If you are interested in a position with our company, please use the job application form below.

If you are interested in entrepreneurship (sub-contracting), please contact Juha Lehtinen (juha.lehtinen(@)simeon.fi or GSM +358 400 459 123)

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Contact details

Rajamäki

Yrityspuistontie 2
05200 RAJAMÄKI
FINLAND
P. +358 40 351 2500

kiitosimeon@simeon.fi

Invoicing address

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Juha Lehtinen

CEO and Chairman of the Board, Rajamäki
Gsm +358 400 459 123
juha.lehtinen@simeon.fi

Ilkka Säkö

Financial Officer, Rajamäki
Gsm +358 40 734 3751

ilkka.sako@simeon.fi

Nina Hasu

Group controller, Rajamäki
Gsm +358 40 5262 055

nina.hasu@simeon.fi

Guido Leppik

Director of Baltic Area, Tallinn
Gsm +358 400 812 132 or +372 534 258 51
Fax +372 6 006 618
guido.leppik@simeon.ee

Marjo Jaspa

Director, Rajamäki
Gsm +358 40 759 2442

marjo.jaspa@simeon.fi

Kai Mäkinen

Business Unit Director, Rajamäki
Gsm +358 40 6757492

kai.makinen@simeon.fi

Mika Kuru

Business Unit Director, Rajamäki
Gsm +358 408469483

mika.kuru@simeon.fi

Olli Haapanen

Manager, Safety and Fleet Technique , Rajamäki
Gsm +358 40 5448754

olli.haapanen@simeon.fi

ico-gas ico-balloon Mervi Heikkilä

Transport manager, Rajamäki
Gsm. +358 40 351 2515

mervi.heikkila@simeon.fi

ico-gas Matti Auvinen

Transport foreman, Lappeenranta
Gsm +358 400 65 8750

matti.auvinen@simeon.fi

ico-gas Mikko Ylisuvanto

Transport foreman, Kemi
Gsm +358 405 401278

mikko.ylisuvanto@simeon.fi

ico-gas Vesa Lehtikuusi

Transport foreman, Rajamäki
Gsm +358 40 351 2530

vesa.lehtikuusi@simeon.fi

Liquid fuel deliveries

ico-gas Esa Varpio

Transport foreman, Rajamäki
Neste, Teboil
Gsm. +358 40 351 2529
esa.varpio@simeon.fi

ico-gasToni Salminen

Transport foreman, Rajamäki
Teboil
Gsm +358 40 3512 557
toni.salminen@simeon.fi

ico-gasJani Ojanen

Transport foreman, Rajamäki
Teboil
Gsm +358 40 3512 559
jani.ojanen@simeon.fi

ico-gasDeniss Klaas

Transport foreman, Rajamäki
Neste,
Gsm. +358 40 351 2524
deniss.klaas@simeon.fi

ico-gas Arttu Bärholm

Transport foreman, Rajamäki
Teboil
Gsm +358 40 3512 560
arttu.barholm@simeon.fi

Chemical deliveries

ico-gasTimo Kallio

Transport foreman, Rajamäki
Gsm. +35 40 566 3533
timo.kallio@simeon.fi

ico-gasSvetlana Inkinen

Transport coordination, Lappeenranta
Russian transport
Gsm +358 44 077 1314
svetlana.inkinen@simeon.fi

ico-gasKalle Posti

Transport foreman, Lappeenranta
Gsm. +358 44 324 2559
Fax. + 358 2060 51206
kalle.posti@simeon.fi

ico-gas Jussi Kaurala

Transport foreman, Lappeenranta
Gsm. +358 44 324 2536
Fax. + 358 2060 51206
jussi.kaurala@simeon.fi

ico-gas Jussi Hytönen

Transport foreman, Kemi
Gsm +358 500 444 999
jussi.hytonen@simeon.fi

Gas deliveries

ico-balloonTuomas Pesonen

Transport foreman, Rajamäki
Kosan Gas
Gsm. +358-40-351 2532
tuomas.pesonen@simeon.fi

ico-balloon Jyri Jokinen

Transport foreman, Rajamäki
Gsm. +358-40-351 2531
jyri.jokinen@simeon.fi

Lauri Honkaharju

ICT-systems specialist, Rajamäki
Gsm +358-40 8328187
Fax +358 2060 51221
lauri.honkaharju@simeon.fi

Jenni Takala

Chief Accountant, Rajamäki
Gsm +358 40 3512523
Jenni.takala@simeon.fi

Juha Tiilikainen

Transportation technology, Rajamäki
Gsm 0400 – 918 392
juha.tiilikainen@simeon.fi

Kati Valtanen

Customer service, Invoicing, Wages, Rajamäki
Gsm. +358 40 351 2551
kati.valtanen@simeon.fi

Marika Kapulainen

Customer service, Accounts Payable , Rajamäki
Gsm. +358 40 351 2554
marika.kapulainen@simeon.fi

Tarja Kylmälä

Customer service, Invoicing, Accounts Payable , Rajamäki
Gsm +358 40 351 2525
tarja.kylmala@simeon.fi

Minna Gustafsson

Customer service, Invoicing, Reporting, Rajamäki
Gsm +358 40 351 2553
minna.gustafsson@simeon.fi

Liina Mótus

Invoicing, Rajamäki
Gsm +358 40 351 2554
liina.motus@simeon.fi

Contact details

Simeon Transport OÜ

Paneeli 2
11415 TALLINN
ESTONIA
P. +372 6 076 822
F. +372 6 006 618

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Contact details

Guido Leppik

Director of Baltic Area, Tallinn
Gsm +358 400 812 132 or +372 534 258 51
Fax +372 6 006 618
guido.leppik@simeon.ee

Tarmo Annus

Country Manager, Tallinn
GSM: +372 5850 0003
tarmo.annus@simeon.ee

Jaanus Rooba

Transport foreman, Tallinn
GSM: +372 5332 8419
jaanus.rooba@simeon.ee

Kristi Veski

Accounting, Tallinn
GSM: +372 607 6822
kristi@simeon.ee

Marianne Kiholane

Accounting, Tallinn
GSM: +372 607 6822
marianne@simeon.ee

Contact details

SIMEON SIA

Laivinieku Street 5
LV-1015 Riga LATVIA
P. +371 673 53 783
F. +371 673 53 763

Contact details

Pavils Reinikovs

Country Manager, Riga
TEL. +371 673 53 783
GSM. +371 292 96 649
Fax. +371 673 53 763
pavils.reinikovs@simeon.lv

Maksims Scadko

Transportation coordinator , Riga
TEL. +371 673 53 783
GSM. +371 264 53 790
Fax +371 673 53 763
maksims.scadko@simeon.lv

Janis Keterlins

Transport coordinator, Riga
GSM: +371 26569024
FAX: +371 67353763
Janis.Keterlins@simeon.lv

Janis Svilis

Transport coordinator, Riga
GSM: +371 28378507
FAX: +371 67353763
Janis.svilis@simeon.lv

Contact details

UAB SIMEON

Naugarduko 102-802, Vilnius
Lithuania

P. +370 5 2334533
F.+370 5 2334532

Contact details

Edita Kupreviciene

Book-keeper, Vilnius
Direct +370 5 2334533
Fax. +370 5 2334532
Mob. +370 68743590
edita@simeon.lt

Edita Satkauskiene

Transport foreman, Vilnius
TEL. +370 5 2334533
GSM. +370620-20730
FAX. +370 5 2334532
edita.satkauskiene@simeon.lt

Ramunas Labutis

Transport foreman, Vilnius
TEL +370 5 2334533
GSM. +370686-96181
FAX +370 5 2334532
ramunas.labutis@simeon.lt

Contact details

Simeon Logistics Ab

Dåntorpsvägen 33 A 7
SE-136 50 Jordbro Box 3013

13603 Haninge

Invoicing address:
Simeon Logistics Ab
PL 390
FI- 00038 LOGICA
FINLAND

(The invoice can be sent by e-mail: ostolaskut.fi@cgi.com)

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Contact details

 Andreas Andersson

Country Manager
Sebtember 2017

ico-balloon  Tony Ouvinen

Transport Manager
GSM + 46 722 490 004
tony.ouvinen@simeon.se

ico-balloon  Petri Savela

Transport Manager
GSM + 46 722 490 002
petri.savela@simeon.se

ico-gas Thomas Schönbeck

Transport Manager
GSM + 46 702 094 941
thomas.schonbeck@simeon.s

ico-gas Christian Broberg

Transport Manager
GSM + 46 722 490 003
christian.broberg@simeon.se

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