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Nts Asa

NTS ASA
Public
Traded as OSE: NTS
Industry Public transport
Founded 1970, Namsos Dampskibsselskap in 1879
Headquarters Namsos, Norway
Area served
Trøndelag, Norway
Key people
Odd Ivar Løvhaugen (CEO)
Products Bus transport
ferry transport
ambulance services
Revenue NOK 191.8 million (2005)
Increase NOK 8.3 million (2005)
Increase NOK 6.8 million (2005)
Number of employees
164 (2001)
Subsidiaries NTS Ambulanse, Namdalske and Holm Transport
Website http://www.ntsasa.no

Namsos Trafikkselskap (NTS)is a public transport company in Trøndelag, Norway. The company operates ferries, local bus services, truck transport and ambulance services. The company has its headquarters in Namsos and the stock is listed on Oslo Stock Exchange.

Despite that the largest owner of NTS, Helgelandske (a subsidiary of Veolia Transport Norway) ownes 33% prosent of the company, no single owner is allowed to vote representing more than 0,5% at the annual meeting.

Contents

  • History 1
  • Operations 2
    • Ambulance 2.1
    • Buses 2.2
    • Ferries 2.3
    • Trucks 2.4

History

Namsos Trafikkselskap was founded in 1970 as a merge between Namsos Dampskipselskap and Namdalen Trafikkselskap.

Operations

Ambulance

Through the subsidiary NTS Ambulanse AS the NTS Group operates a total of 16 ambulances.

Buses

NTS operates local and school bus services in Nærøy.

Ferries

The company operates seven ships on contract with the Nord-Trøndelag County as part of the public transport in Namdalen. Five of these ships are car ferries.

Trucks

Through the subsidiaries Namdalske AS and Holm Transport AS NTS operates 36 trucks.

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