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 times a year, partners and representatives of each country come together in global networks in the industry. There, NTEX and other players have the opportunity to present their services, and not least – to meet new and old partners.
– It's basically about building relationships. The networks allow all participants the opportunity to be seen, book meetings with partners and meet new players, says Jerry Nilsson, Business Unit Manager - Air & Sea at NTEX.
Through these competence sharing networks, the opportunities to meet are improved and members do not have to go to each individual country to convene. During this past year, Jerry Nilsson has participated in gatherings in Vienna, Kuala Lumpur, Ho Chi Minh City and Miami.
– In Vietnam, NTEX was involved in sponsoring a team building activity. This is a great example of something that strengthens existing relationships and provides good conditions for new partnerships, says Jerry.
Everyone in these networks operate within transport and logistics. When a partner in the network needs assistance with goods within the scope of an operator, they indirectly become customers as well.
– When a situation arises that involves our various markets, it should feel natural to send out a request to the networks. For example, I met a New York operator with a solid reputation at the Miami meeting this October. Now in retrospect, when we were given the opportunity to test drive goods to New York, it felt natural for me to contact him in order to cooperate, concludes Jerry Nilsson.
From the left in photo: Sean Henson from Orbis UK, Benan Calabakul from Dietrich Logistics Turkey TC, Yelda Suzen Calabakul from Ysl Intl’l Transport Turkey, Jerry Nilsson from NTEX and David Karlsson from NTEX.