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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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NTEX UK has developed its existing services, and now offers new full-service services for its customers to the southern European market.

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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.

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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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