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Strong annual accounts for the Nic. Christiansen Group

The Nic. Christiansen Group continues on the good course set in the second half of 2018. Strong growth was maintained in 2019, and profit was increased almost fivefold to DKK 256 million.


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Supply Chain Director with international experience

35-year-old Jonas Emil Rex Justesen, who, just after New Year, took over as Supply Chain Director at NCG, is a man with quite a resume.


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New HR manager joins NCG

It may well be that 45-year-old Mads Bundesen lives in Næsby, which has a football team in the 2nd division. And although Mads is a passionate footballer and has been a referee in quite a lot of Serie 1 matches, it is Premiere League he is aiming for at NCG when he January 2. joins NCG as new HR Manager


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Strong comeback in Nic. Christiansen Group Annual Report: A bright, green future in prospect

After a strong finish in the second half of 2018, the Nic. Christiansen Group can today present a favourable annual report, with turnover of DKK 6.3 bn. and profits of DKK 55 m. 2019 is already shaping up to be even better - not least because of the Group's strong market position within environmentally friendly cars.


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Nic. Christiansen Group set to become new Hyundai importer for Sweden

The Nic. Christiansen Group is taking over Hyundai imports in Sweden.


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The Nic. Christiansen Group is ready for growth after 2017, which was a transformative year

Automobile enterprise Nic. Christiansen Holding A/S presents financial results for 2017. Group turnover reached a record DKK 6.4 billion in a year that saw a series of necessary adjustments that affected the bottom line. Nic. Christiansen Holding A/S strongly believes that with these changes, earnings will improve and there will be growth across the business areas in 2018. 


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New CEO at Hyundai Danmark

On 1 April 2018, Lars Beck (42) slides into the driving seat at Hyundai Danmark in Kolding.


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New CEO of Bayern AutoGroup will be in charge of continued growth and development

Søren Vinderslev has been appointed CEO of Bayern AutoGroup. Together with a new management team, he will lead the future growth and development of Denmark's largest network of BMW and MINI dealers.


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Danish automobile enterprise, the Nic. Christiansen Group, will become the new distributor for Honda in the Baltic States and in Finland.

The Nic. Christiansen Group has entered into an agreement with Honda Motor Europe, to take over responsibility for the import of cars, motorcycles and Power Products in the Baltic States and the import of cars in Finland on 31 March 2017.



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Søren Hyltoft
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Søren Hyltoft received his Master of Political Science from the University of Aarhus and also graduated as a journalist from the Danish School of Media and Journalism. Søren began his career at British Car Import as Scandinavian Press & PR manager in 2017 after years of exciting experience from the automotive industry. Today he is also responsible for all communication for The Nic. Christiansen Group.

Address: Sjællandsvej 1 · 6000 Kolding · Denmark · Phone: (+45)7015 1599 · E-Mail: mail@nc.dk 

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The history of the Nic. Christiansen Group began in 1967, with the import of BMW. The company's primary activities today are the import of Hyundai, Honda, Land Rover and Jaguar, owning three car trading chains, Terminalen, Bayern AutoGroup and British MotorGroup as well as leasing and financing company NCG Finans.

The Nic. Christiansen Group has operations in Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Finland and the Baltic States.