Nordjyske Jernbaner

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Nordjyske Jernbaner A/S
Type Aktieselskab
Industry Transportation
Predecessors Skagensbanen A/S & Hjørring Privatbaner A/S
Founded 2001[1]
Headquarters Hjørring [1], Denmark[1]
Area served Region Nordjylland, Denmark[1]
Products Public Transport
Services Passenger transportation
Revenue 55 mio. DKK[2]
Operating income 2,3 mio. DKK[2]
Net income 127.797 DKK[2]
Total assets 122 mio. DKK[2]
Total equity 6,5 mio. DKK[2]
Owners Nordjyllands Trafikselskab[2]
Employees 45[2]
Parent NJ Holding Nordjylland A/S[2]
Website www.njba.dk
A NJ Desiro DMU at the Herregårdsparken halt between Hjørring and Hirtshals.

Nordjyske Jernbaner A/S (abbreviated NJ) is a Danish railway company operating in Vendsyssel. The company was formed in 2001 as a merger of Hjørring Privatbaner A/S (HP) and Skagensbanen A/S (SB). Headquartered in Hjørring, the company is responsible for running the former HP and SB lines, i.e., Hjørring–Hirtshals and FrederikshavnSkagen, respectively.

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  1. ^ a b c d "Om Nordjyske Jernbaner". Retrieved 2013-11-02. 
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h "Nordjyske Jernbaner - Annual Report 2011". Retrieved 2013-11-02.