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History

Brief history of the Nordic Service Group

By 2016, it will have been 25 years since a young technician, Jesper Jørgensen, launched the company Dansk Medico Service whose goal was to repair hospital and laboratory equipment. He had set up his workshop in his home in Jyderup.

Jyderup, a railway town in Vestsjælland, Denmark, is still the headquarters of the organisation but the name, assignments and number of employees have changed dramatically since 1991.

Today, Nordic Service Group is headquartered in a large industrial complex and in 2016 had 60 employees located in more than 10 locations in Norway, Sweden, Finland and Denmark.

The company was given its present name in 2002 in conjunction with an expanded partnership with subsidiaries in the other Nordic countries and two years later NSG entered into a partnership with these companies.

NSG is still privately owned by Jesper Jörgensen.