Latest news from SOS International

At the centre of the Storm: Our 2023 Sustainability report is out now

This year's report marks a new way of thinking about sustainability. And you'll find it has gotten a graphic makeover to match.

New CIO of SOS International

Changes to the senior management, Group Management, at SOS International.

Inside an Ambulance Flight in Peak Skiing Season

Follow along for an exclusive look into how SOS International helps injured skiers home

SOS International moves to Ørestaden

For 27 years, the phones have been ringing at SOS International on Nitivej in Frederiksberg. In September, the company's headquarters, including the alarm centre for travel assistance, will move to larger and more up-to-date premises.

Historic busy day for SOS International in the Nordics

It's no wonder if the employees at SOS International's roadside assistance alarm centres in Aarhus, Stockholm, Oslo, and Helsinki are still hearing the phones ringing in their ears. Extreme winter weather across the Nordic countries led to the 3rd of January being the busiest day ever in terms of calls to the alarm centres.

Heavy towing requires much more than big strong vehicles

Heavy transport with tight deadlines places great demands on the roadside assistance network if a downtime or accident occurs. SOS International has Sweden's largest network for heavy towing. Meet Linus Söderberg from Linus Bilbärning:

A winter season to spread one’s wings

Extreme weather, economic uncertainty and political unrest does not seem to have suppressed Scandinavians’ desire to travel. SOS International estimates a winter season at full throttle.

Significant changes for air ambulances in the Nordic countries

A bankruptcy and takeover create challenges and the prospect of price increases in the Nordic air ambulance market.

A hailstorm SOS International will never forget

A few hours of bad weather in Italy meant three weeks of extraordinary efforts for SOS International. Now that the storm has passed, the process will be evaluated so that lessons can be learnt for future extreme weather events.

How the summer peak season went

Heat waves in Southern Europe, wildfires and storms. The SOS International Travelcare alarm centre can look back on a summer with good results regarding customer service and case handling. The extreme weather creates expectations of changed travel patterns.

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