Simeon is a Finnish family owned company founded in 1983. We are specialised in transportation of liquid fuels, gases and chemicals. Our home markets are Finland, Sweden, and the Baltic countries, but we also work in other countries especially around the Baltic Sea.
Smooth and safe transportation of liquid ADR products, with as little burden on the environment as possible, is an essential part of a functioning society. Our professional drivers meet the challenge every day, recognizing the importance of safety and customer service. We serve a wide customer base from gas stations to industry, production plants, hospitals, and water treatment plants.
MEUR in revenue 2022
We have gained our expertise and experience together with our 300 customers in the Nordic countries.
Customers value us
Simeon has been hiring drivers since 1983. We know what is important in a driver’s job. The feeling of freedom on the road is a big part of the job satisfaction. We combine the feeling with an organised and comfortable work community, interesting and versatile work, and modern equipment. We always train our drivers thoroughly for their new assignments.
The Simeon Group currently employs nearly 600 top professionals in various positions in Finland, Sweden and the Baltic countries. More than 500 of us work as tank truck drivers. We offer great opportunities to find colleagues with whom you enjoy working.
Vacancies are announced on the www.duunitori.fi website. You are also welcome to submit an open application by clicking the link below.
Reducing our environmental impact is a mutual and ongoing project. Many of our large international customer are very far in the field of sustainability. This places high demands on our way of working. We work continuously to review and develop our business, working methods, training, and modern fleet of vehicles. We aim to make our fleet completely fossil-free.
With such a long coast that Finland has with the Baltic Sea, we naturally support the Baltic Sea Action Group (BSAG) and their work for a healthier Baltic Sea. In addition to the obvious, such as nature experiences and summer swimming, many people depend on the Baltic Sea also for their income.