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Vaasa, FI Helsinki, FI

Function:  Supply Chain Management
Job Category:  Support Functions

Transport Manager

Wärtsilä is leading the transition towards a 100% renewable energy future. We Wärtsilians help our customers unlock the value of energy transition by optimizing their energy systems and future-proofing their assets. Did you know Wärtsilä has delivered 74 GW of power plant capacity and more than 80 energy storage systems in 180 countries around the world?

In this fast changing world of energy, we are constantly on the lookout for future-oriented talent to join our team and to work towards enabling sustainable societies through innovation in technology and services - together. Want to join the ride?



Wärtsilä Energy Business is now looking for a Transport manager to lead, coordinate and manage transport cost estimates for Energy Business sales within the area of responsibility. As a Transport manager you will be working as a part of the EPP logistics team.


The position can be located in Vaasa or Helsinki, Finland.

As Transport Manager Sales Support your work will focus on these responsibilities:

  • Evaluating suitable transport methods for sales projects, including break bulk and container deliveries, engine installations, route surveys e.g.
  • Co-operation with forwarders to find competitive logistic solutions for Engine Power Plant & Energy Storage businesses
  • Managing project transports estimates for sales
  • Sales contract reviews in transport & logistics related matters
  • Developing transport estimation cost methods and tools
  • Other tasks related to transport estimations

The below will enable you to shine in this role:

  • Some years of working experience in logistics
  • Cost awareness & effectiveness
  • Ability to analyse and evaluate key elements in global transports
  • Systematic and organised way of working
  • Good communication and coordination skills
  • M.Sc or B.Sc in technical or commercial area
  • Good command of English and Finnish, other languages are seen as an advantage

Why you and us?

We at Wärtsilä believe in empowerment, ownership and taking responsibility of our work. We support each other’s growth and co-creation is the true basis of our innovation. We have courage to see opportunities and take initiative.


We are authentic and honest, and we strongly believe in a diverse and inclusive work community where everyone can be their true self. We don’t always get it right the first time, and if mistakes are made, we make sure to learn and grow from them. We want everyone to voice their opinions freely. That is why we have built an environment that empowers you and everyone around you, and where you can feel safe and cared for.


You will be a part of a global organization with local presence and work in an exciting and dynamic working environment with highly motivated and skilled co-workers. We offer interesting and challenging work tasks, as well as personal and professional development in a great team.


Contact & next steps:

Does this sound like the job for you? If yes, we hope to hear from you before the application deadline 5th of February 2023, by submitting your application through our Careers portal.


Contact person to give further information:

Petra Alanko, 
General Manager, Logistics
+358 40 484 1236


Last application date: 05/02/2023 


All new Wärtsilä employees in Finland will attend occupational health check, including the drug test/screening. The legislation of the country followed when person is located outside of Finland.


At Wärtsilä we value, respect and embrace all our differences, and are committed to diversity, inclusion and equal employment opportunities; everyone can be their true self and succeed based on their job-relevant merits and abilities. 


This is Wärtsilä 

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