Update on the coronavirus situation

It’s still possible to pick-up and deliver cargo in most regions in Europe and our fleet of trailers is on the road every day to service our customers. The same situation applies for overseas shipments.

Some delay can occur at the borders which may lead to longer delivery times.

Please contact your local NTG team with any request you may have. We are still here for you.


20 March 2020

NTG road services – Europe

The majority of all scheduled road services in Europe are still fully operational for our customers and we do everything necessary to collect and deliver your orders.

The situation is still very challenging, but we are doing everything possible to keep our customer satisfied and the supply chain moving. Border controls and closed border crossings are however creating increasingly delays in many areas of the world.

Please stay in contact with your suppliers and pick-up/delivery locations to check if they are still open or if they have special requirements in place.

As things are very dynamic and can change in hours, we will keep you posted and inform you personally about problems or possible delays of your shipments.

NTG Air & Ocean – worldwide

NTG Air & Ocean are operating in full scale, despite the Corona situation is developing rapidly and gives the transport industry challenges.

We constantly follow the situation and navigate around it, to avoid the effect for your business. Should you be affected of the changes your NTG contact person will keep you posted as soon as possible.

For any airfreight or oceanfreight requests or bookings the NTG team are fully available and ready to support and guide you, so please contact your NTG contact person.


12 March 2020

Dear valued customers and business partners,

The coronavirus is spreading fast all over Europe, and it seems likely that the same will happen in other countries around the World, in the weeks to come. The situation is very serious both from human, economical and business perspectives.

The latest development in Denmark is that the Danish government in order to limit the spread of coronavirus, has implemented new guidelines which pose significant restrictions on the daily conduct of most businesses. We see that similar measures are being implemented in other countries as well, and we in NTG will of course follow the local governmental guidelines in the countries where we are active.

In NTG we are constantly monitoring the evolving situation and we are strongly committed to mitigate any potential impact on the supply chains and operations of our customers while ensuring the safety of our employees. Therefore, we have implemented precautionary measures on all our sites, including the introduction of home workplaces, separation of teams and individuals as well as cancelation of all non-vital physical meetings and traveling.

Even under these critical circumstances we continue with full operation and we are striving to work closely together with our customers and partners to get through this crisis in a safe, efficient and responsible manner.

Please do not hesitate to reach out to your local NTG contact if you have any questions in this respect.

NTG Nordic Transport Group A/S acquires 85% of the shares in Ebrex Business Solutions Ltd.

NTG Nordic Transport Group A/S (“NTG”) has today entered into a share purchase agreement whereby NTG will acquire 85% of the shares in Ebrex Business Solutions Ltd. (“Ebrex”). The transaction was described in NTG’s Prospectus dated 24 September 2019 as a potential material transaction where a letter of intent had been signed.

Ebrex is headquartered in Great Yarmouth, United Kingdom and has its core business areas in road freight forwarding, supply chain solutions and warehousing, mainly to the automotive aftermarket industry in Continental Europe (spare parts). The key geographical markets are United Kingdom, Germany, Poland and Sweden.

Ebrex was founded in 1985 and today has about 250 employees in 13 locations throughout Europe. In 2018, Ebrex realized revenue of EUR 41.4 million, EBIT of EUR 3.8 million and an EBIT margin of 9.3% (UK GAAP). The acquisition marks another important step for NTG towards becoming a market leader within freight forwarding services in the Nordics and Europe.

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Interim Report Q3 2019

9% growth for the quarter, driven by 6% organic growth. Guidance for the year is maintained.

The Board of Directors of NTG Nordic Transport Group A/S (NTG) have approved the interim report for the third quarter of 2019, which showed continued growth across both segments.

Read more here.

NTG appointed Logistics coordinator for the Danish Olympic team

Tokyo 2020 Olympics officially postponed until 2021. 2020 Summer Olympics will begin on Friday, 23 July 2021 – Sunday, 8 August.

DIF NTG Logistics Coordinator

If the Danish athletes at the Olympics and PL are to perform optimally, then everything around them must work. The same goes for the freight, as neither the athletes nor members of the staff should miss any equipment once the fire is lit. For the task of transporting all the necessary items from Denmark to Tokyo, DIF (Danish Sports Confederation) has chosen NTG as the official logistics service provider to the Tokyo Olympics and PL in 2020.

Three years ago, at the Rio Olympics, clothes, bicycles, barbecue equipment, decorations, horses, sleeping bags and a lot of other things in different shapes and sizes were shipped from Denmark to Brazil. This task is now placed in the hands of NTG.

“It is very important that the freight is fully controlled, because it is a complicated operation. Therefore, I am also pleased that I have succeeded in making a deal with NTG. They are specialists in the field, and I’m sure that our collaboration will help give the athletes the best opportunities to perform in Japan next year”, says Søren Simonsen, who is the Olympic Head of Mission at DIF.

“We are very proud to have been selected for this very special transport assignment. We see it as a recognition of our efforts to always adapt our solutions to exactly the needs of the customer and we very much hope, that it can be our small contribution to the inclusion of medals to the team”, says Mikkel Fruergaard, CEO of NTG Air & Ocean.

The Tokyo Olympics will take place July 24 – August 9. The Paralympic Games will take place August 25 – September 6. It is expected that the Danish team will be about 100-120 athletes. Freight will primarily take place by sea in early summer 2020.

Interim Report H1 2019

26.7% revenue growth fuelled by organic growth, including four new start-ups, and three acquisitions.

The Board of Directors of Nordic Transport Group A/S (NTG) have approved the interim report for the first six months of 2019, which showed continued growth driven by strong organic growth, including establishment of four new start-ups as well as the acquisition of UK-based DAP (UK) Ltd., Japanese-based TAK International Ltd. and German-based Nellen & Quack Gronau.

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Please find the interim report for H1 2019 here (PDF)