Pontarius is a member of a number of industry organisations and other forums and consortiums.

Below you will find a short description of some of our more important memberships.

The Nordic Road Association (NVF)

The NVF acts as an exchange for information, knowledge and experience in the Nordic road transport sector. The forum works for the harmonisation of regulation as well as for Nordic coordination with the EU.

Stockholm Chamber of Commerce

Stockholm Chamber of Commerce is a politically independent membership organisation. Its activities consist of three main areas: opinion building, business networking and third-party services. Stockholm Chamber of Commerce is one of the principle members of the Swedish Anti-Corruption Institute (IMM).

Swedish Construction Engineers Association (SBR)

SBR is a non-profit professional organisation for engineers in the construction and property industries. SBR’s purpose is to develop the professional expertise of its members and promote responsibility and quality in professional conduct.

Swedish Association for Quality (SFK)

SFK offers a network to increase expertise and provide inspiration for those working in business development.

Swedish Aviation Group

Swedish aerospace companies with their longstanding, acknowledged experience and professionalism across the field of the Industry offers partnership and duties in most segments of aerospace. The vast majority of providers are organized in the Swedish Aviation Group.

Swedish Consultants (SC)

Swedish Consultants is a non-profit organisation that organises consultancy companies in the international project and aid-financed market.

Médecins Sans Frontières – Doctors Without Borders (MSF)

Médecins Sans Frontières is a humanitarian organisation dedicated to saving lives and alleviating suffering wherever they are most needed. MSF offers assistance to people affected by armed conflict, epidemics, natural disasters and exclusion from healthcare based on need, irrespective of race, religion, gender or political affiliation.


SEK is responsible for standardisation in Sweden in the field of electricity. The organisation also co-ordinates Swedish participation in European and other international standardisation work as a member of the IEC and CENELEC.