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Hvidovre, Denmark
Total Funding:N/A
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Estimated Revenue & Financials

  • NTG GLOBAL's estimated annual revenue is currently $20.7M per year.(?)
  • NTG GLOBAL's estimated revenue per employee is $328,000

Employee Data

  • NTG GLOBAL has 63 Employees.(?)
  • NTG GLOBAL grew their employee count by 19% last year.
  • NTG GLOBAL currently has 1 job openings.

NTG Global is a privately owned transport company that belongs to Nordic Transport Group Corporate and together we can offer you customized transportation solutions by Air, Sea, Rail and Road, that carries your goods safely to their final destination. We have offices worldwide as well as a solid network of agents and partners. Our strength lies in the many years of experience we have together in the logistic branch and we have carefully chosen our partners. Together our knowledge within all different rows in the supply chain is bigger than most of our competitors. When our customers assign their shipments in our hands we will provide them with the best services available on the market. Our only focus is your transport needs. We prioritize personal service and quick response more than anything else. We see ourselves as a trustworthy partner and know the importance of long-termed customer relationships. We gladly offer our customers: SEAFREIGHT from all ports in the world, we can handle FCL, LCL, RORO, BREAKBULK and project cargo included warehousing, customs and door to door delivery AIRFREIGHT from all different airports in the world included customs. EXPRESS SERVICE for all your urgent shipments worldwide Worldwide we can offer CROSSTRADE possibilities that often helps our customer to save money. Nordic Transport Group A/S (NTG) was established in 2011 and has already 34 branches in 12 different countries. NTG has more than 500 employees and estimated turnover for 2015 will be over 200 million Euros. We are one of the fastest growing transport companies, in northern Europe