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.

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To improve its customer service even further, NTEX has expanded its sales organization with two new employees focusing on the Norwegian market.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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

Cold beer deliveries all over Sweden when NTEX delivers Carlsberg on tank.

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