Since the beginning of October NTEX has taken over the responsibility for Kährs’ domestic shipments in Sweden. The expanded collaboration means that NTEX will handle approx. 24,000 shipments, or 3,200 tons, for Kährs annually.
NTEX has shipped Gilbarco Veeder-Root’s products to petrol stations around the Nordic and Baltic countries since 2018. Every week, NTEX transports petrol pumps, charging stations, terminals and level measuring equipment from Italy and Germany to Circle K, OKQ8 and ST1 among others.
NTEX offers a unique logistics service called Carpet Logistics. Focused on carpets, Sweden and Norway are serviced with carpet transports from both the Netherlands and Belgium. In September, seven new box trailers were put into use, completely adapted for Carpet Logistics with better performance and increased safety for the drivers.
Earlier this year, NTEX received a request to transport a helicopter that was in need of service from Gotland to Chicago, USA. Due to the pandemic, the mission was paused. After the summer and careful planning, dismantling and custom packaging, the helicopter was finally transported by special transport from Visby to Arlanda and on to Chicago with a chartered plane.
We’ve been a member of OPCA (Overseas Project Cargo Association), a global agent network of professional project cargo freight forwarders and logistics companies, since 2016. OPCA serves ”Project Focused Networking Strategy” which refers to gathering project cargo specialists with a background in project cargo field and that are willing to collaborate with fellow agents based on project cargo shipments and management.
As Väderstad, the international manufacturer of agricultural machinery, has expanded, our assignment with them has also grown. Starting by transporting spare parts to the markets in the Baltic countries, we are now making everyday deliveries to 10 markets.
In April, Fraktkompaniet established a new distribution facility with domestic service and warehouses in Gislaved in Småland. The facility is shared with the parent company NTEX who in Gislaved has taken over some traffic from Borås and now handles traffic to and from Norway, Finland, the Baltics and Central Europe.
Health and safety of our employees, customers and suppliers is our highest priority. This means that we closely monitor the development and statements made by relevant authorities in the countries concerned.
Two years ago, NTEX initiated a collaboration with the customs management experts Ecus in the customs handling of transport to and from Norway. When NTEX’s Customs Manager, Jenny Wallberg, visited the Customs Podcast at the beginning of the year, she talked about how the collaboration has now expanded to the UK, and the company's customs handling in connection with Brexit.
Today, Dagens Industri, one of Sweden’s largest business media published a great piece on our CEO Thomas Ström and the story of developing and managing NTEX, the largest private freight forwarder in Sweden.
It is now official that NTEX acquires Gothenburg-based JEK Forwarding AB, a transport company focusing on sea and air freight. This is NTEX seventh company acquisition in two years and it means that NTEX, through acquisitions and organic growth, will have a turnover of SEK 2.4-2.5 billion in 2020. This will make NTEX the largest private freight forwarder in Sweden.
Flexibility, responsiveness and short lead times were some of the reasons why the large industrial company Valmet chose NTEX as a carrier. Finnish language skills were another reason that facilitated coordination for transport between different markets.
The two Gothenburg-based transport and logistics companies becomes one when NTEX acquires Fraktkompaniet. Both companies are among the most expansive in the Swedish industry and the merger enables an even greater growth rate. Through the acquisition, NTEX increases its turnover by approximately 360 million SEK and welcomes 100 new employees. Fraktkompaniet will be run as an independent subsidiary under the direction of CEO Anette Yngvesson.
Reliability and quality - two cornerstones in the long-standing collaboration between Ecophon and NTEX. A collaboration that began in Sweden but today also includes transports outside the country's borders.
There is much to suggest that 2019 will be the best in NTEX's 16-year old history. At least if you look at the first half of the year when sales increased by 14 percent to 900 MSEK and the number of shipments to about 400,000 units.
För att stärka bolagets närvaro i Polen och kunna erbjuda ännu fler tjänster till sina kunder, har NTEX investerat i en ny terminal i Gdynia. Den nya terminalen är ett bra komplement till den befintliga verksamheten och fokuserar på styckegodshantering till och från Skandinavien.... Read More
On 1 January 2021, new rules will be introduced regarding customs handling in trade with the UK. Through our specialists, NTEX offers full guidance, services and is ready to help customers for the best possible transition.
NTEX core values is what defines the company as well as the backbone of everything it does, both as a company and as a brand. Based on its core values, such as"Caring" and “Committed”, part of NTEX’s aim is to further engage co-workers to develop the corporate culture.
With 500 employees and offices in nine different countries across Europe, NTEX is constantly operating under a myriad of laws and regulations. The current corona pandemic gave birth to new and swift directives and preconditions, while also differing between markets. With a close eye on the development, NTEX has adapted and taken measures to secure operations and continue providing the best possible services, also during these challenging times.
During the spring, NTEX joined as the official CSR partner for the world's largest handball club, IK Sävehof. As a partner, NTEX supports Sävehof's long-term social work with #viställerupp (#wewillbethere), which aims to create a local community development for a healthier and more inclusive place for children and young people.
In February, the TYA (Transport Trades Occupational and Safety Board) presented a report showing continued high number of applicants for Sweden's upper secondary school’s vehicle and transport programs, but also that the proportion of girls in the second year today amounts up to 27 percent.
In 2015, NTEX established its first own terminal in Norway. Since then, the business has expanded greatly, with a doubling of the number of employees and a terminal and warehousing operations that has grown from 3 500 to 10 000 square meters. In order to meet this increased demand, operations must now be further broadened.
As a worldwide player, NTEX is represented all over the world. To meet new and existing partners, the company is part of four major global partner networks in transport and logistics. NTEX Business Unit Manager, Jerry Nilsson, has participated in four meetings during this year.
A few weeks ago, Jonny Synnergren started as new IT manager at NTEX. Jonny joined NTEX from consulting firm Evry, where he has held various roles for the past nine years. Among other things, as a key account manager and most recently responsible "architect" where he designed IT... Read More
In order to keep giving their customers the best possible service there is, fast growing companies like NTEX needs to attract the best employees. At NTEX in Immingham, England, an apprenticeship investment has successfully been beneficial for both its customers as well as the company.
Through the strategic acquisitions of France Sped AB and Ekbergs Spedition AB, NTEX is now one of the largest players in the Swedish transport market in terms of freight services to and from France and Belgium.
Under fjolåret ökade både de lastade och lossade godsmängderna med svenska lastbilar i Västra Götalands län. Jämfört med 2016 ökade lasterna med 26 procent och lossningarna med 35 procent. Det visar statistik från Trafikanalys.
Under 2017 genomfördes knappt 42 miljoner... Read More