From 13 employees in Sweden to 600 across Europe and with further expansions in sight. Expansive freight forwarding company, NTEX has hired Camilla Hultkrantz to be in charge of human resources, corporate culture and a globalized NTEX. Camilla has a long experience in the transport and logistics industry and has most recently worked at Toyota Material Handling Logistics Solutions.
A company culture does not appear out of thin air – it comes from the employees, says NTEX's new HR manager, who has long been impressed with NTEX's drive.
“I have heard many good things about NTEX over the years and the company really has a positive energy, a clear entrepreneurial spirit and a responsiveness to customer needs. NTEX has a great company culture that I really look forward to working with, and it feels great to be part of this team,” says Camilla Hultkrantz, newly appointed HR manager at NTEX.
Camilla has roughly 25 years of experience in strategic and operational HR work, including a background in freight forwarding and logistics companies such as Schenker, Kuehne + Nagel and Panalpina. Most recently, she has worked at Toyota Material Handling Logistics Solutions.
NTEX Quality Manager Peter Åberg, who previously handled HR matters, will continue the work on ISO and customs issues and support Camilla in the work that he started and that Camilla will now be taking over.
“Staff and company culture have always been important matters to us at NTEX, and it is now time to focus on HR development. Camilla has gained a lot of experience in this type of work with global companies and I look forward to seeing how she will help develop NTEX,” says Thomas Ström, NTEX founder and CEO.
NTEX is one of Sweden's largest private companies in the freight forwarding sector, and has a turnover of over SEK 2 billion and currently 600 employees in eight European countries. As Head of HR, Camilla will lead the markets' joint work on personnel issues and corporate culture together with the company management.
Camilla entered the role as global HR manager this May.