I have decided to return as CEO of the company after an 18 months absence from the day-to-day management.
I was born and raised in this business and I want to be a part of it for a while longer. I have missed it more than I thought I would and I just simply want to return to managing a business again.
This becomes particularly relevant when we at NTEX find ourselves in a position where we have to put more focus on our clients and our business.
I now want to help to develop this company, both regarding our traditional trailer business as well as Air & Sea.
We are a wide-ranging freight forwarder in the UK and we are well on our way to become an established freight forwarder in the rest of Europe as well. In addition, Air & Sea is constantly increasing. We have a well-developed network worldwide in that area. I now want, along with the rest of the company, to make NTEX the market's first choice when it comes to transport and logistics solutions.
In practice this means new and more customer relations, international establishments and agent partnerships.
Our ambition is to always give the customers what they expect when they buy from NTEX.
I am moving in to the office by the end of this week.
I want to emphasise that Dan Ericsson, current CEO of NTEX, has done a very good job during his time here.
I want to thank Dan for his contributions and wish him all the best in his future endeavours.